SEX EDUCATION AT HOME IS NOT A TABOO

BAYA Social Enterprise is braving the security challenges in Bamenda, North West Cameroon to continue to provide pertinent sexual education and prevention services to girls. “Let parents call a spade, a spade when it comes to providing sex and STI prevention education to adolescents at home. Let parents educate their kids about sex and the consequences of risky sexual activity so they can make informed choices,” says Mme Acha Zita of the North West Delegation of Social Affairs during the Nyanga Health Dialogue session with girl leaders, organized by BAYA Social Enterprise at the Cameroon Baptist Convention Nkwen, Bamenda on … Continue reading SEX EDUCATION AT HOME IS NOT A TABOO

Cervical Cancer kills over 1300 women yearly in Cameroon .

Over 2000 women in Cameroon are being diagnosed yearly with cervical cancer and 1300 of these women loss their lives to this dreadful disease. This was revealed by Dr Njodzeven Divine during a sit down recently with Maikem’s diary during a one month screening program for cervical cancer (50% off the normal fee) at the Mbingo annex Baptist hospital Nkwen. “Cervical cancer is an in infection in the lower part of the womb that is the cervix, the lower 1/3 of the uterus when these cells start getting abnormal; they begin to spread throughout the womb causing infertility which leads … Continue reading Cervical Cancer kills over 1300 women yearly in Cameroon .

Media Practitioners commits to fight discriminatory speech, propaganda and incitement to hatred in Cameroon.

Over 30 media professionals including social media actors and bloggers drawn from the North West, South West, West, Littoral and Centre Regions have committed to combat discriminatory speech, propaganda and incitement to hatred in Cameroon. This was during a workshop that took place on the 10th and 11th of January 2019, in Douala. Organized by the United Nations Center for Human Rights and Democracy (UNCHRD), the workshop served as a platform for media professionals to examine the positive and negative impacts of their actions as well as the social media from the genesis of the Anglophone crisis till date. Looking … Continue reading Media Practitioners commits to fight discriminatory speech, propaganda and incitement to hatred in Cameroon.