They support Noma Fund
After having achieved social and sporting success, the African football legend now dedicates his life to others. Discover Roger Milla‘s commitment to Noma Fund, of which he is one of the founding members.
Former goalkeeper Joseph-Antoine Bell, great glory of Cameroonian football, is also a part of Noma Fund. Sensitive to humanitarian causes, he wishes to put his fame at the service of the fight against Noma.
Patrick Mboma has also joined the fight against Noma. By associating himself with the Noma Fund, he wishes to put his fame at the service of the children victims of the disease, who each year die in the greatest indifference.
Why do they support the project “Acting against Noma”?
After succeeding on and off the football field, the man also known as the “old lion” now devotes his life to causes that are truly close to his heart, and for which he fights with ardour and passion.
When Roger Milla meets survivors of Noma disease, he realizes the full extent of this devastating disease, which affects the youngest children in the world’s poorest areas.
Saddened by this harsh reality, but also frustrated to see a disease so easily curable still ravaging thousands of lives today, he committed himself in their name and founded Noma Fund.
Alongside other football legends, he hopes to make a difference, to bring this much-needed visibility to Noma disease, and finally to eradicate it once and for all.
For a long time, François Omam-Biyic has put his fame and media exposure at the service of great causes, for which he spares no effort and multiplies his appearances.
In 2019, the man who is rightly regarded as one of the best footballers of his generation, will join forces with Roger Milla and sponsor the Noma Fund association to fight against a disease he knows he could have been a victim of himself.
It is to help the most destitute in Cameroon and elsewhere that he dedicates his commitment to this cause that is close to his heart and that he hopes to finally see succeed.
The former Girondin de Bordeaux’s goalkeeper is a man of conviction. Fervent defender of the humanitarian cause, also committed to fighting injustice of all kinds, Joseph-Antoine Bell supports the work of Noma Fund association.
When he became aware of the cause of Noma, he discovered a disease that was both tragic and, above all, curable. This is why he is actively engaged in the fight against this plague.
By getting personally involved in Noma Fund, he hopes to give the least privileged children the best chance of escaping Noma disease and living in respectable conditions.
How can you help us in the fight against Noma?
Noma Fund contributors are at the heart of the action carried out by our association. These donations enable us to take concrete action on the ground, and to make a difference for the victims of Noma.
By signing the petition
The petition to the Heads of State of the G20 and UN countries aims to bring Noma Fund’s message to the world’s leading decision-makers. It is in fact only through a collective political action that hope will be raised.
By joining Noma Fund
Our members help us, on and off the field, to raise the visibility of Noma disease, to highlight our work, and to raise awareness of the resources that need to be urgently put in place to eradicate the disease.