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Baby girl killed and likened to thrash in Bamenda Cameroon

This baby girl was likened to a piece of thrash yesterday in the Ntarinkon neighborhood, Bamenda Cameroon.She was dumped there by a yet to be identified individual.I put the question to a couple of in … Read More»

I CANT SPEAK BUT I HAVE MY STORY,STORY WITHOUT A VOICE?who tells the story better than the victim?

From the 2nd – 5th July 2014 at Fulbere Dairy Cooperative Ndop,these skilled pastoralist women drawn form 3 local communities Wum, Ndop and Bali in Bamenda Cameroon were converged to gain a higher lev … Read More»

What better tool can we ask for???Photo's tell the story...

A few months ago Jingla took a photo of herself in a farm and I wrote a story.I am here again with another story,this time not a long one but an inspiring one.Jingla’s Hard work has paid and she has c … Read More»

Michelle obama's photo speaks,let your photo speak bring back our girls

Michelle Obama uploads this picture on Facebook,on an issue which is of concern to all women and girls in the world and has over 5000 likes and over 500 people re-posting(mostly celebrities),there ce … Read More»

MY PHOTO MY VOICE let your pictures tell the story.

‘Many are called but few are choosen’whatever that means in this context???but these are the words of a young Cameroonian woman Jingla Forgiveness Atanga who hails from the North West region of t … Read More»

...its never that serious its just facebook...really???

I was very excited when I first learnt about face book and wanted to learn how to use it as fast as I could, initially it was about identity: I found myself in an environment where sense of belonging … Read More»

Is justice for rape victims in Cameroon a right or a privilege?

Cameroon’s penal code states that “Whoever by force or moral ascendancy compels any female, whether above or below the age of puberty, to have sexual intercourse with him shall be punished with impris … Read More»

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