The vision of Ghadef is to replicate sustainable and transparent communities that understand the impact of post humanitarian disaster-related poverty on its public health and educational systems, as well as its community development programs, promoting transparency, genuine communication, and accountability in Southern Cameroons.

Despite the absence of wealth, the emergence of new health challenges amidst the creation of complex global initiatives to meet these challenges, there still exist unaddressed traditional challenges. These challenges (corruption, lack of social justice, and lack of transparency)  have been in existence for decades and are entangled and deeply rooted in most if not all the societies of our target populations.

The effects of poverty, lack of transparency, and the lack of responsible individuals to heed to the demands of change in the Southern Cameroons cannot be overemphasized.