The greatest leader is not necessarily the one who does the greatest things. He is the one that gets the people to do the greatest things.… Read More Leadership is Action, a Position.
Woman, always wear wisdom as your weapon. Work in confidence and living a purposeful filled life.… Read More Girl’s Talk with the Ottawa Virtuous Women titled “The Irresistible Woman”
I am Proudly Global Change Leaders 2018. As Executive Director of Mother of Hope Cameroon, I happened to be among the 24 women selected from 22 countries to benefit from the program at the Coady Institute’s International Centre for Women’s Leadership in 2018. As we speak the next set of women leaders from 18 countries have just started this journey as phenomenal changed feminist leaders.… Read More Proudly Global Change Leaders 2018: Coady International Institute
UN Human Rights Council has adopted its third resolution on child, early and forced marriage. The resolution calls on UN Member States to strengthen and accelerate action to address child marriage and makes important new contributions to the global discourse on child marriage by theming the resolution around the consequences of child marriage.… Read More UN Human Rights Council has adopted its third resolution on child, early and forced marriage.
The overall goal is to equip young people with necessary health tips on the prevention of HIV, malaria and cholera giving that they are more expose due to the crisis situation within the region.… Read More Sensitization Campaign for Youths on HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Cholera-North West Region
Zig Ziglar once said “you don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great”, if we want peace we must work for it, there can’t be peace for us without us. You don’t necessarily have to start big, just come up with minute initiatives to foster peace and you will be overwhelmed with its impacts.”… Read More Engage Youths in Peace Processes as the Solution and Not the Problem.
“It is important to remember that all scars eventually heal. Everyone heals at a different rate, but the scars of preventing a generation from their rights to education shall forever be permanent.” … Read More The”Invisible Scars”of War on Education
“Schools must be safe places of learning and development for all children. They should be zones of peace. Those who attack schools and hospitals should know that they will be held accountable.”
– Secretary General’s 10th Annual Report on Children and Armed Conflict, 2011
… Read More Behind the Screen:Ensuring the Protection for Education
A child affected by conflict requires a lot more than basic necessities like drinking water, sufficient food and a roof over its head,But also an enabling environment for Education.… Read More Children,Torture and Psychological Consequences in Conflict
“It’s never too late for young people to have opportunities to learn. Our youth deserve to be equipped with the skills they need to thrive in an increasingly demanding and uncertain job world. Given that today’s students will be tomorrow’s citizens and leaders, a good and relevant education is essential to turn aspirations into reality.”… Read More Youth, Drugs, Alcohol, Crime and Violence in Crisis Regions.
Education as a pathway for youth leadership helps youths to choose and seek their interests. They can also choose the ways and directions of lives which they wish to adopt. … Read More Young People Are Peace-Builders.Make them the Solution and Not the Problem.
Education is the Future
“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.”
~ Eleanor Roosevelt
… Read More Teenage Pregnancies And Abortion Related Challenges faced by Adolescents in Crisis Regions.
Sometime in June 2018, UNICEF indicated that 58 schools had been damaged in the two regions. This created an environment that has been preventing tens of thousands of children from attending classes.… Read More Education For All Campaign
Many young people experience trauma which directly attacks their physical and psychological mind. According to Article 14 of the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, Every child shall have the right to enjoy the best attainable state of physical, mental and spiritual health. It affirms to develop preventive health care and family life education and provision of service.… Read More Children’s Rights First : Let’s Talk Mental Health
Replace pretty, slim, fair with intelligent, well-spoken, bold, charismatic. And while you are raising your daughters to be strong, independent, self-sufficient women, instill in them the importance of love, kindness and acceptance.… Read More 7 Better Ways To Raise Your Daughter As A Confident And Strong Woman
UNESCO MGIEP has initiated an International Youth Campaign on Kindness for the Sustainable Development Goals. The purpose of this Campaign is to mobilize the world’s youth to achieve the 17 SDGs through transformative acts of kindness.… Read More #KindnessMatters. Be the Change for the SDGs. A Global Youth Campaign.
The Action Plan will be launched during an Online Symposium. This symposium will be held on the 26th of June 2019 at 15:00hrs (GMT+3). The symposium will be hosted by the Youth Envoy, Ms. Aya Chebbi, along with the AU Youth Advisors, Mr. Nair Abakar, Ms. Aminetou Bilal, Mr. Simon Marot Touloung and Ms. Pamela Akplogan.… Read More The Office of the African Union Youth Envoy Action Plan 2019/20 Release
Lack of awareness and discrimination by judicial officials can cause widows to avoid turning to the justice system to seek reparations. More Programmes and policies for ending violence against widows and their children, poverty alleviation, education and other support to widows of all ages especially those who are affected by crisis and live in conflict regions of the world.… Read More International Widow’s Day 2019 : 23rd June
I just can’t explain how I feel right now but my feelings are those of a frustrated mother, brokenhearted deepened with pain and agony. As i watched the news and read the papers, I realized many women and girls in crisis in the world are generally used as elements of war. The problems experienced by… Read More A Broken Woman: Love First Not War
“21 Days of Y’ello Care’’ programme is a charitable and benevolent initiative created by the MTN Group, which has been engaging its employees each year to carry out for 21 days, social actions for the welfare of communities. From June 1-21, thousands of MTNers will be giving their time to touch the lives of people… Read More 21 Days of Y’ello Care: Inclusive Youth Skilled Empowerment Training with Youths Living with Disabilities
Today we join the international community to End Violence against Women and girls. We are adding our voices to the #16Days of Activism to promote peace,security, tolerance and dialogue in conflict regions in the world. This global campaign shall runs form the 25 November until Human Rights Day on 10 December. Worldwide, 1 in 3… Read More 16 Days of Activism: Orange the World – #HearMeToo
“With Her: A Skillful Girl Force” and the national theme – “Empowering Girls Before, During and After Crisis”. The international day of the girl child was commemorated in Bamenda, North West Region by Mother of Hope Cameroon (MOHCAM) in collaboration with the Social Economic Empowerment of People with Disability (SEEPD) at the Baptist Center Nkwen… Read More Celebrating the Day of the Girl at the Baptist Health Centre Nkwen-Bamenda on the 11th October 2018
Mohcam’s smart girl is inviting all women and girls to “Our Girls,Our World” group to become smart and transformed women leaders. https://www.facebook.com/groups/MotherofHopeCameroon/ We build girls’ and young women’s skills and confidence to change the world.Through our programs and support from the networks of partnering organizations, the girls and young women take focused actions in marginalized… Read More “Girls with Smart Brains” With Cynthia Wakuna
Global Action Week for Education is one of the major focal points for the education movement. Created and led by the Global Campaign for Education, it provides everyone campaigning for the right to education with an opportunity to make targeted efforts to achieve sustainable change.Accountability for SDG4 through Citizen participation The Global Action Week for… Read More Global Action Week for Education in Bamenda, 27 April 2018 “Together for SDG 4”
It’s was such a deep moment of reflection as i listened to the presentation of the Regional Delegate of Health for the North West Region on the occasion of the celebration of the World AIDS Day 2017. His message strongly stated the realities and facts about HIV/AIDS.But what kept me worried was the fact that… Read More Education and Health are Fundamental Human Rights
The Empowered Girl Workshop was developed from a combination of experiences and desire to empower adolescent girls with information and skills. Boosting the self-esteem of adolescent girls through mentoring and leadership sessions is of great importance to girls living in conflict areas. This was one of those unique empowered girl leadership sessions organized by African… Read More Empowered Girl: Mentoring and Leadership Workshop
As an activist for woman and girls, a feminist and a mother of girls, my frustration grows deeper every day when i see nude pictures of future women and girl leaders exposed on the social media because the perpetrators think it’s a means of punishment. I am tired of seeing the pictures of women and… Read More #Stop Nude Pictures of Women And Girls On the Social Media
Women’s menstrual health should no longer be a taboo, say UN human rights experts Geneva (5 March, 2019) – Ahead of International Women’s Day, a group of United Nations human rights experts* call on the international community to break the taboo around menstrual health and take concrete action to ensure that discriminatory practices are ended… Read More International Women’s Day, 8 March
“Providing free period products at school is one way the government can directly address poverty, help increase school attendance, and make a positive impact on children’s well-being,”… Read More Free Sanitary Product for Schools to Beat Period Poverty
On the Day of the Girl, Mohcam in collaboration with PROWIP, a non-profit organization promoting the rights of women and indigenous people, celebrated with activities to highlight the importance of empowering adolescent girls and ending child marriage. As we added our voices to commemorate the International Day of the Girl Child 2019 in Bamenda, we… Read More GirlForce: Unscripted and Unstoppable
On the 8th and 9th of Agust 2019, Mother of Hope Cameroon participated in a capacity building workshop organized by the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism in collaboration with the United Nations Center for Human Rights and Democracy in Central Africa.… Read More Language as a Tool for Development