In the crisis region of Cameroon, the importance of fatherhood in the life of a boy child cannot be overstated. Amidst the challenges and uncertainties of the region, fathers play a critical role in providing stability, guidance, and support to their sons. By actively engaging in their children’s lives and mentoring them with handwork or skills alongside their formal education, fathers have the power to empower their sons and shape their futures in profound ways.

Through hands-on mentoring, fathers not only impart practical skills but also instil a strong work ethic, resilience, and a sense of purpose. This combination of formal education and practical training equips boys with the tools they need to navigate the challenges they may face in the crisis region. By nurturing their talents and capabilities, fathers help their sons develop a sense of self-confidence and self-sufficiency, enabling them to become active contributors to their communities and agents of positive change.

Ultimately, the impact of mentoring a child with both formal education and hands-on skills training extends far beyond the individual. It creates a ripple effect as these empowered boys grow into responsible men who can inspire and uplift others in their communities. By investing in fatherhood and mentoring, we can cultivate a generation of resilient, resourceful, and compassionate individuals who can drive sustainable development, foster peace, and rebuild their communities in the crisis region of Cameroon.