• Ann Charlotte Sallmann, of the Economic, Commerce and Governance Department of the European Union, funders of the Juvenile Justice Reform program in Cameroon.



Our Core Values drive our vision, our mission and our interaction with our stakeholders.

  • Stewardship– The staff and board will govern the organization with a “Duty of Care” and “Duty of Loyalty” to protect and distribute the assets of CHRAPA for the purpose of advancing the missions of worthy causes.
  • Interdependence– We will work collaboratively with nonprofit organizations to assure the best possible outcome of projects funded by the CHRAPA.
  • Courage– We will view projects seeking funding in light of the Mission of CHRAPA without regard to criticism or difficulty.
  • Integrity– We will adhere to moral and ethical principles.
  • Transparency– We will operate openly and candidly and provide full disclosure on issues around conflict of interest, operations and funding practices.
  • Leadership– We will lead by example, helping change the world one organization at a time through funding incentives, guidance and collaboration.
  • Charitable– We will award funding to programs representing great need to organizations that are sustainable and not seeking to replace lost funding.
  • Replicable– We will fund programs that share their lessons learned in order to advance the improvement of the quality of life in communities across Cameroon and Africa.
  • Creativity– We will support programs that represent creative solutions to society’s problems.