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Cameroon-born Vivian Tantoh is a health professional, and social entrepreneur. She graduated from Howard university, Washington DC, USA, with a bachelors degree in Nursing three years ago, and has since been involved in nursing care, and clinical research at Howard University and the National Institutes of Health, Maryland.
Vivian has demonstrated unparalleled dedication to issues relating to women empowerment and child welfare. She has volunteered with many non-governmental organizations such as Keng Foundation and Family Health International (FHI) gaining extensive experience in Advocacy, Sustainable Development, and Strategic Planning. She has also attended several conferences including the Safe Motherhood Initiative in Atlanta Georgia in 2008, and the International Women Conference in Baltimore, Maryland in 2010. Two years ago, she formed a non-profit, Scholastica Foundation with mission to better the condition of underprivileged women,maternal mortality and HIV/AIDS victims in Cameroon villages and other underprivileged communities worldwide. Her vision is a world in which every woman and child has the opportunity to maximize their God-given potential free from illiteracy, poverty and and disease. Her other interests include travelling and networking.