Join the CHRI 20 days burpees challenge today!!!

Compliments of the season to you and your family from the Cameroon Humanitarian Relief Initiative (CHRI)!

 

The CHRI 20 days Burpees Challenge” was initiated to raise awareness and support those suffering because of the armed conflict in the SW/NW regions of Cameroon. It has led to thousands of deaths, over 200,000 refugee populations in Nigeria and 2 million internally displaced people in Cameroon. The conflict has to stop!

There is no better exercise to demonstrate what we are trying to do and help advocate for a UN-mediated resolution to the conflict. To participate in the “CHRI 20 days Burpees Challenge”, follow these 4 simple steps:

Step 1. Every day, record yourself doing the 10 burpees for 20 days. You can do the burpees at your own pace and take as many breaks as you like

Step 2. Nominate a different person to join the challenge every day

Step 3. If you can, share your videos and tag us on Facebook: @chrelief, Twitter: @chri_relief

Step 4. Donate to CHRI to support refugees via our website at http://www.chrelief.org/donate.
For example, 25 USD can feed a refugee for 2 weeks. As you donate, please indicate that you are donating to the burpees challenge. Please see some videos of other participants using the following links:

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We are all joining in!
Let’s lift the refugees up by doing the burpees challenge and donate to the Cameroon Humanitarian Relief Initiative today!!!

ABOUT US: CHRI is a registered US 501-3c nonprofit whose goals are to bring emergency humanitarian relief to those affected by the Anglophone crisis and armed conflict in Cameroon (including refugees in Nigeria, internally displaced persons in Cameroon and political prisoners) and to strongly advocate for a speedy resolution of the crisis and stop senseless loss of lives. CHRI Steering Committee Members: Joseph Abua, MA, LMSW (Coordinator), Denis Foretia, MD, MBA (Co-Chair), Alan Tita, MD, PhD (Co-Chair), Judith Nwana, MSc MBA, Rev. Father Wilfred Emeh, Emmanuel Nsutebu, MD, MPH.