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Community Water Projects and the Sustainability Puzzle

In the face of water scarcity and dwindling water sources, a good number of communities in Cameroon are embarking on community water projects. … Read More»

Music is my livelihood: Cameroon's Louise Nseke

In her 40’s Louise Nseke describes herself as a suffering spinster who has been singing for thirty years as a member of Cameroon’s National Orchestra. … Read More»

Bio-sand Filters can change the water story for most women!

Fifteen women selected from some Councils and Divisions of the South West Region have been trained on how to set up and manage water filters for household and community use amidst increasing water cri … Read More»

Women as Agents of Change!

As the Common wealth Day is observed today with focus on Women as Agents of Change, permit me wonder aloud if women are not distracted however endowed. … Read More»

Cervical Cancer; Another sexually transmitted Monster!

More women may actually be at risk of contracting cervical cancer than you think. … Read More»

The Female Condom-more than a condom!

Every woman has her own story about the female condom whether she has used it or not. … Read More»

Pulsewire Testimonial

What Pulsewire means to me! Pulsewire is a forum where I connect with a cross section of women from all parts of the world without ethnic, religious or cultural barriers. … Read More»

Woman loses 4 of her quintuplets

Twins and triplets are common in my community, but giving birth to five babies at once is strange. … Read More»

Our Land, Our Food!

About three times every week, I would leave school and together with my siblings we would hurry off in our school uniforms to ‘Ntingbikom’ where our mother waited for us with the afternoon meal and ou … Read More»

Who is a Rural Woman? An illiterate Farmer?

This October, women in Cameroon joined other women world wide in carrying out activities to venerate the rural woman. During the week dedicated for these activities, … Read More»

HIV patient Raped! Who would you assist first?

About a week ago, a girl was reported to have been violated by a group of 3 men. She was also said to be suffering from HIV. … Read More»

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