From Mbuo Melani Mafisah in Bamenda A 10year old boy has surprised many in Bamenda with a homemade drone project. Ngounam Evans Koti, pioneer student of the Ichoose Leadership Value presented his drone project at the second batch graduation of the John Maxwell inspired training.
Hilltopvoices Team The Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Association of Cameroon MBOSCUDA has expressed the need for every member of a community with Mbororos to respect their culture of silence which is part of their lives as a way of promoting peaceful coexistence in a culturally diverse society.
By Bakah Derick in Bamenda The Cameroon Teachers’ Trade Union CATTU has intensified calls for the rights of pupils and students to education in conflict zones in general and the South West and North West regions in particular to be respected.
By Bakah Derick Not fewer than 600 students of Impact Higher Institute of Professional Studies have been shortlisted to benefit from the on-going donation of presidential laptops to students of authorised functional higher institutions in the Country.
By Thomas Mokum Inmates of the Bamenda central prison have addressed a letter to the President of the Republic Paul Biya appealing and suggesting ways to solve the on-going armed conflict in the North West and South Regions.
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.
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.”
By Bakah Derick first published by The Guardian Post Daily Newspaper Aid and humanitarian service workers across the NW region say the region risk experiencing the highest HIV/AIDs as the ongoing armed conflict rages on. Speaking to hilltopvoices recently in Bamenda, Fidelia working as an Aid and Humanitarian worker in Boyo for a UNICEF sponsored project said her experiences on the ground on the sexual life of young people just like the older people favour the spread of HIV/AIDS.
By NS in Bamenda Strategic Humanitarian Services SHUMAS Cameroon has emerged winner of The Guardian Post 2018 Service to Humanity Award for touching the lives of needy population through social development activities in Cameroon.
Checkpoint is a series of pinions written by Bakah Derick a Multimedia professional with several years in broadcast, online and print journalism. He is currently member of Cameroon Journalists' Trade Union CJTU/SNJC. He is also a community worker and a development argent in his local council areas.
By Bakah Derick The Nyanga health dialogue session with girl leaders in Bamenda has blamed the lack of sex education in families and other areas of society as the major reason behind some of the poor reproduction health decisions commonly taken by girls and women.