35 IDPs In Bamenda Receives Free Economic Empowerment Training

Sporadic violence in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon, has had a negative impact on the civilian population. In November 2017, the socio-political crisis progressively translated into insecurity and armed violence. Since then, the escalation of tension and upsurge in hostilities between non-state armed groups and military forces have triggered humanitarian needs across the two regions, linked to significant internal displacement and migration to neighboring Nigeria. Many who flee struggle to make ends meet. While some depend on their relatives for their daily bread, others have turned to NGOs and religious institutions for support. Such is the … Continue reading 35 IDPs In Bamenda Receives Free Economic Empowerment Training

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Online Violence Against Women

The internet has become an unsafe cyber space for women who have in recent years used the social media as a platform to voice their issues. It is rather unfortunate that the cyber space which was termed ‘safe’ at the beginning of its creation, is now used to harass, blackmailed or portrayed women as sexual objects for financial gains. Freedom of expression online is speedily turning into a luxury. My colleagues and I, (Pedmia Shatu and Gnoukapasi Martial) carried out a mobile campaign to educate people on the ills of online violence against women and the proper use of the … Continue reading Online Violence Against Women