Count down to the 2018 edition of our Girls Leadership Boot camp!!


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Yembe Nfor will be training the girls on: Pitching of a Project Idea, setting and achieving goals, Team work and Team Building...



Yems is a Tech enthusiast and Enterprise Developer with a particular interest in using ICT to make people's lives better. He is passionate about Civic Engagement and providing Sustainable Solutions to community problems.


With over 5 years’ experience discovering and working in Information and Communication Technology he has helped develop and Impact Businesses, Organizations and Communities through the company he founded - Y’G - where he and a brilliant team are working with organisations to find creative ways to help them reach out to more people and deliver a great customer experience with the use of simple, targeted and affordable Business and Digital Solutions, while creating opportunities for employment and Capacity Development for young people in our communities.


He is a 2017 Business and Entrepreneurship Mandela Washington Fellow and a Design Driven Entrepreneurship Trainer and Advocate.


Driven by the Values that service to humanity is the best work of life, I Volunteer with Civil Society Organizations working especially in the areas of ICTs, Environment, Women, Children, Peace and Human Rights. I serve as Secretary General of the environmental organisation "The Greens"; IT coordinator of the Girl empowerment organisation "Hope for the Needy Association" a member of Junior Chamber International in Cameroon and Communications Director of the "I am Cameroon" movement.

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Hope for the Needy Association co-founder and Programs Manager- Munteh Florence Chea will be sharing with our Girls on: Tolerance - the importance of understanding ourselves and tolerating others even in times of diverse opinions.
Chea is community development Volunteer and cofounder of HOFNA Cameroon. 


Her believe in service to humanity accounts for the various initiatives she has engaged in - ranging from raising awareness on child, early and forced marriages, addressing gender based violence in schools and communities and engaging youth and women in sustainable agriculture best practices for income generation.
She is been very instrumental in the initiation of the HOFNA Coffee project (A European Union Initiative to revamp the coffee sector in Cameroon). Through her works with the National Cocoa and Coffee Board, HOFNA now runs a certified Coffee Nursery in Donga Mantung Division. 


Chea believes in creating better opportunities for women and girls so they realise their full potentials in any field in which they find themselves.

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Mrs. Jennifer Achu Tangyie will be drilling the girls on: The Power of Self Confidence and Overcoming your fears.


Jennifer is one of a kind. She is President of the IQ Plus Foundation, CEO of the Miss Africa Texas School Pageant, an outstanding Health Care professional and the Authur of the Book Finding Your Inner Purpose/ The Journey.
Educating and empowering young people, are simply her way of life.

When it comes to hard work, vision, passion and perspective she's got them. Due to her great passion for humanitarian work and satistaction in successfully managing the The Miss Africa Texas Scholarship pageant for over 9 years, She has gathered so much knowledge on how to stand tall and be on top in every situation.

Jennifer spends most of her spare time looking for various ways to serve and improve the lives of the underprivileged and the under-served communities both in the United States (where she is based) and in Africa. She is currently applying her multiple skills, collaborating and networking with other companies, organizations and motivated individuals to improve the quality of Healthcare, Technology, Finance and Cultural aspects of Africa (starting with Cameroon) through her foundation "IQ Plus Foundation".
For more information on sponsorship of our Girls Leadership Boot camp, get to us via contact@hofna.org or simply MOMO your contributions to 672232042 (Purpose: GLBC18)
 

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Commy Mussa will be training our girls on : Effective Communication, effective use of the social media and adolescent girls championing the rape culture. She will equally be engaging with the girls during our fireside session, sharing stories that inspire hope and strengthen the girls.

Warm, talented, tireless and full of creativity, Commy is a Multi-award Winning Journalist,
CBM Field Communications Coordinator for West/Central Africa and Founder of Sisterspeak237;
Commy is a prolific journalist, radio host, blogger and multi-award-winning journalist with a keen eye for stories that expose social injustice.
Comfort serves as CBM Field Communications Coordinator for West/Central Africa, based at the CBM Country Office in Cameroon. An international development organization, CBM is committed to improving the quality of life for people with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world. CBM addresses poverty as both a cause and a consequence of disability and works in partnership to create an inclusive society for all.
For a decade, Comfort has worked as a reporter, facilitator and strategist on diverse women’s rights, social justice and health issues. Her works have featured prominently on international and local platforms like Radio France International, Global Press Institute, the Media Project among others. As a consultant, she has produced communication packages for several NGOs including ACMS and HEIFER International.
To further amplify the voices of women and minority groups in Cameroon, she founded the platform Sisterspeak237, a highly acclaimed and widely read site. To improve the coverage of disabilities and women’s issues in Cameroon, Comfort started the National Story Telling Competition. The goal is to challenge student journalists and journalists across Cameroon to find and tell stories about women and also about disabilities. The initiative also provides mentorship on reporting and mainstreaming disability in the media for the contest winners.
For participation in this years girls leadership boot camp, Follow http://www.hofna.org/girls-leadership-bootcamp-application to apply and be a part of this very timely and life changing program!
For more information on participation/sponsorship, kindly get to us via contact@hofna.org .

For more information, contact us at contact@hofna.org
Deadline: 15th August 2018.
Preference will be given to girls from the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.
For more information on sponsorship, please get to us at contact@hofna.org
 


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In this year's Edition of our Girls Leadership Boot camp, an extraordinary, inspiring and humble person - Rima Desai will be volunteering her time and skills to train our girls on #Self_Esteem, #Life_Skills and #Goal_Setting.
Rima is a transformational life coach for women and kids and her wonderful works continue to impact positively on the lives of many women and kids across the world.
Read more about Rima and her great works at https://rimadesai.org
For information on registration or participation in the bootcamp, go to http://www.hofna.org/resources download the application form, fill and send to us via contact@hofna.org. 



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HOFNACameroon (in partnership with SHEMKA Foundation, SistersSpeak237, VUVU and Miss Africa Texas) is inviting adolescent girls (12 -19) to take part in our Girls Leadership Boot camp scheduled to run from August 28th to September 1st 2018.



Our Girls Leadership Bootcamp is a prime example of how to fill the pipeline with young female leaders ready to learn, gain experience, understand their bodies and grow into more senior leadership roles as their careers progress.




 

 The intensive one week-long residential program will focus among other themes, on
- Self-esteem strategies that over-come self-doubt
- Time management, team building and organizational skills
- building inner peace
- Improving communication and leadership skills
- Using Arts to represent dreams for the future and promote peace and tolerance
- Self-care, Menstrual Hygiene and related issues
- Goal motivation
- Civic participation and elections
- building basic entrepreneurial skills




For information on registration or participation go to http://www.hofna.org/resources download the application form, fill and send to us via contact@hofna.org. 



For more information, contact us at contact@hofna.org

Deadline: 15th August 2018.

Preference will be given to girls from the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.

For more information on sponsorship, please get to us at contact@hofna.org



Director HOFNA Cameroon
Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

Bakah Derick is a Broadcast Presenter and Multimedia specialist with focus on sharing with the rest of the world the daily happenings in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. You can contact us on +237 675460750 or debakah2004@gmail.com.

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