Mr. Anoh is a retired teacher-trainer and education administrator. Hehas a long experience in teaching beginning at the primary level and progressively training into secondary higher and professional levels. Having grown up from a very modest family, he understood at a very early age what it meant to be in lack. His father died when he was only a few months old, and his mother, still being quite young, was forced by circumstances to remarry. He then grew up from hand to hand -his grandmother and relatives taking turns. This difficult but enriching experience taught him what it meant to be in lack and to understand life. And so in later life he decided that since God has blessed him this much, he should stretch a loving hand to the needy. This greatly influenced his spiritual life and so he joined a social ministry in his church - the St Jude Apostolate-, whose goal is to pray, and sacrifice for others ---show compassion. They pray for the sick, the needy, and the oppressed and sacrifice their time, love and finances, to help the sick, prisoners, widows and orphans. He is presently the chairman of the mission council of the Immaculate Conception Parish Ngomgham, Bamenda, Cameroon and he hopes through this responsibility and honor to serve God more and fulfill his dream. On retiring from the Civil Service, Mr. Polycarp Anoh was delighted to be able to transfer his skills and knowledge base to charity organizations; in particular helping promote the amazing work of Window of Hope Orphans. His background experience, love and compassion for the needy gave him the fortitude to gladly volunteer his time and talent to the vision of Window of Hope Orphans. WOHA is truly honored that Mr. Polycarp Tibi Anoh answered the call to serve as the overall head coordinator for Window Of Hope Cameroon.