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Showing posts from April, 2019

Gender based violence in Conflict zones: HOFNA steps in with response and preventive measures in NW/SW

By Bakah Derick  Bamenda based not-for-profit non-governmental organisation Hope for the Needy Association HOFNA Cameroon has launched a robust response towards Gender based violence GBV in the conflict hit North West and South West regions of Cameroon.

World Press Freedom Day 2019: NW Media community set for a unique event

By Ngenwie Seraphine  The media community in the North West Region has kicked off week long activities to mark this year’s edition of World Press Freedom Day.

Heads of Media organs in Bamenda schooled on conflict survival strategies

By A.V.M Managers of radio stations, newspaper Publishers or their representatives in Bamenda as well as online news platform owners have ended a one day workshop on content building, branding/marketing and Peace Journalism.

NW/SW Women declare readiness to pursue peace to any length with Peace Movement Innitiative

By Bakah Derick  Over 200 women from across the South West/North West Regions have made public their intentions and readiness to pursue peace to any length in the restive region.

World Press Freedom Day: NW Media takes relief items to Internally Displaced Persons IDPs in Bamenda

By Ngenwie Seraphine The Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists CAMASEJ NW has led a group of journalists and media professionals in a humanitarian action with some relief items to some internally displaced persons IDPs in Bamenda.

Certified John Maxwell Team Trainer certifies young leaders in Bamenda

By NS in Bamenda A JohnMaxwell Team Trainer has certified and graduated seven young people who have completed training on the 16 leadership Values in a learning process that has been styled “catch the wheel of leadership.”

Government announces close to 4bn FCFA to rebuild bridges destroyed in NW/SW

By Hilltopvoices Team The government of Cameroon through the Minister of Public Works has announced the programming of 3.6 for the rebuilding of bridges destroyed as a result of the on-going armed conflict in the NW/SW regions.

UNESCO sets stage for a hate free Cameroon

By Bakah Derick just back from Douala A three day workshop on Prevention of violent extremism online and offline with focus on building a hate free Cameroon has ended in Douala.