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SHOCKING EXPERIENCE AT A HUMAN RIGHTS MEETING

Being an activist, one of the safest places you could think of being at and express your views without fear or shame is at a human rights meeting. But that is not the case as I have come to realize. … Read More»

Violence against Women and girls, the New Mantra for Patriarchs

Even patriarchs now speak of ending Violence against women and girls (VAWg) when in reality it is just a guise to control women. … Read More»

Letter to The Minister for Women's Empowerment and the Family on the Consequences of Dress Code Policy

H.E. The Minister for Women’s Empowerment and the Family, Prof. Marie Thérèse Dear madam Minister, A Humble Request for your Institution to Rescind the Dress Code Policy and Policing … Read More»

A Woman of Faith - “I Once Begged to Live. Today, I Give so People May Live”

Pastor Mrs. Malike Tells Her Story - Third in the Know Her Story Series by Zoneziwoh … Read More»

Sign Language: My voice, my words and my sword

Girls from Buea School of the Deaf (BSD) tell their stories on how they have found empowerment through sign language. … Read More»

Mama Commy: 'I Refused to Die; I Lived to Tell'

“I need my story to be heard. … Read More»

Disability is not inability; says one woman with visual impairment

“I lost my sight when I was one year six months old,” said Ms. … Read More»

Helping female deaf student gain empowerment and access to the new (social) media

The advent of New and Social Media has brought tremendous changes in many lives, especially in the lives of women and other marginalized groups – deaf, blind etc. … Read More»

Empowerment Through Sport for the Mamas of Rural Cameroon

August 26, 2012 shall forever remain historic in the minds of some 70 mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers, aged 75 and above who participated in a 700m honorary fast walk race in Bafanji Vil … Read More»

She inspires…

This is the story of a 16-year-old girl who has always been passionate about education. At the age of three, she became deaf. And two years later, she lost her father. … Read More»

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