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Our Projects

The Nokuri Foundation recognizes the massive need to serve and support our communities both in the United States and at large through establishment of academic, health, economic, social, and religious programs. Communalism, partnerships, and heritage are at the core of our values. These were values shared by our parents Christopher and Beatrice Nokuri that was passed down to the children and in hopes to continue this legacy of philanthropy.

The Nokuri Foundation proudly supports Faith International Rescue Ministries (FIRM) which is a registered Christian Non-Governmental Organization based in Limbe, Cameroon. It was founded in 1992 by Mrs. Beatrice Nokuri, with its mission geared towards the spiritual, social and economic empowerment of young woman faced with enormous challenges and limited opportunities to better their lives.


FIRM organizes workshops, seminars, conferences, retreats, mission trips, excellence awards for students and counseling services throughout the coastal plains of Cameroon, with extensions in Africa, Asia, Europe and the United States of America.

  • Provide scholarships to children with sickle cell anemia to help with their academics.

  • Continue to support Ray-Est bilingual primary school with school supplies.

  • Build a library for the primary school in Linbe, Cameroom.

  • Helping pay teacher's salaries.

  • Provide funding for the expansion of the school.

  • Increase the awareness of sickle cell anemia and provide support to children with sickle cell throughout the world.

  • Collaborate with Premier Health Express and other organizations to establish a clinic in Limbe Cameroon to care for the local population of Cameroon and the children with sickle cell anemia.

  • Visit and help with hospital bills for children with sickle anemia who are hospitalized.


In honor of John Fomenky Williams (1956-2010) who lived victoriously with Sickle Cell Disease, we have set up a Scholarship Fund that contributes to education costs for students with sickle cell.

  • In 2015 an annual scholarship fund of $1500 was awarded to a student with sickle cell disease through the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America.

  • In 2016 a scholarship fund in Cameroon for over 30 children with sickle cell disease.

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