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zoneziwoh's Journal

Standing Up against Corruption

Over the years, I have fought, I have struggled, and I am still managing to elude corruption off my way. The journey has not been easy especially when corruption becomes a custom. … Read More»

What does change means to you?

Change means different things to different people. To Ben, it means growth. Growth, he says:’ I believe that if I do not grow, I have not changed’. ‘Don’t resist change’. Said Ben to Me … Read More»

Women and the Media Force

Over the years, there have been great discussions about women representation at different levels – globally, regionally and locally. … Read More»

Making communication Enjoyable, Accessible, Available and Affordable to an Average Cameroonian

My testimony is structured into two sections. The first part is my general frustration and challenges regarding digital policies in Cameroon. … Read More»

Youth and Electoral Violence in Africa

Youth and Electoral Violence in Africa This piece is structured into two sections; … Read More»

Post-conflict situation: An opportunity for women’s enlistment into national discourse or not?

“Women cannot defeat patriarchy by using instruments, institutions and rules created by patriarchy. … Read More»

Women in Decision-making Positions - Understanding UNSCR 1325(2000)

Dear advocate for No to VAW, please kindly support a Friend's Reseach in taking this short survey on Women in Decision Making - UNSCR 1325(2000).http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/X2JRQDH … Read More»

ENDING GENDER BASED VIOLENCE: INVOLVING ALL QUARTERS IN THE STRUGGLE AT THE LOCAL LEVEL.

In many communities, GBV could often be seen as the lack of political, socio-cultural, economic willingness to build a world free from violence. … Read More»

WFAC Buea Workshop Report - Female Condoms Advocacy

WFAC Buea joined the International World for the first time in marking the celebration of the 2010 World Health Day in the University of Buea. … Read More»

WFAC Buea Workshop 2010 Pics

WFAC Buea joined the International World for the first time in marking the celebration of the 2010 World Health Day in the University of Buea. . … Read More»

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