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Introducing myself and my journal: AGAPE LOVE CAMEROON WOMEN

About Me:
I am a Masters Student of International Law, in the University of Yaounde II.

I have worked as a Notary public officer, assuming the post of Legal Adviser for more than 10 years after completing the University with a Bachelor degree. While in the chambers, I was doing drafting of legal documents and giving legal counselling in both French and English.
I joined the Electoral Management Body of my country, National Elections Observatory (NEO), now Elections Cameroon (ELECAM) as a Legal Secretary (Administrative Assistant) in the Department of Electoral Petitions and Documentation since 2007.
The structure has now changed its name to Elections Cameroon (ELECAM) as well as its activities, from a mere Elections Observatory to Elections Management. I was maintained in the department of Service for Cooperation which also was later changed to Unit of Legal Affairs and Litigation, as a Senior Staff (Cadre).

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Corine Milano's picture

Welcome to PulseWire! So

Welcome to PulseWire! So lovely to see so many strong, courageous Cameroonian women in our community!

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Welcome! You have joined an

Welcome! You have joined an amazing network of both men and women striving for change and raising our voices for women across the globe. I encourage you to take a look around the site, especially the getting started guide. You will see all that world pulse has to offer!

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I want to thank you, but I believe I'll really need your guide to achieve this together.

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Hey there! Welcome to

Hey there! Welcome to PulseWire!

It’s so exciting having you with us, I am sure you will have a fabulous time with your new online friends as well as find this to be a very positive experience. I encourage you to take advantage of the numerous resources and features available through our vibrant online community.

Welcome again to our global community and I look forward to hearing more from you here on PulseWire!


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Hello Fatima,
Thank you Fatima for the warm welcome.I have been reading seriousely, to get versed with what is happening in PulseWire. I plead that you guys will actually help, to enjoy what PulseWire offers.
Best regards!!

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Youth Holiday Football

My project will be assembling youths from two villages which have been disputing over land matters, for quite a while now. It will serve as a unifying factor, capacity building and above all keep the youths busy.
Upon completion of the project, the youths would have learnt how to interact with each other peacefully, as well as their parents, since they will be told to carry the doctrine home. They would be occupied in such a way that, the crime wave will be reduced, unwanted pregnancies and HIV and AIDS as a result of idleness, because during holidays a lot of girls find themselves in chaotic affairs, which makes them drop out of school.
The project will begin in mid-June and end in August, when the trophy shall be handed over to the village which has won and other participatory prices for the good losers.
Some vox pops shall be carried out, as well as feedback from the coordinators, to know what they liked and what they did not, inorder to organize similar events next time there, nearby or faraway villages, depending on their interest.

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