Documentary: Breaking the silence

An emotional and heart-wrenching documentary, that sheds light on the harrowing experience of hate and prejudice faced by a young girl, who now resiliently braves the odds to confront the darkness of hatred after being trained in the AFF Cameroon cohort 8.

Mali Martha Noel – #IWD2024

Women’s inclusion is a key component of equity.I envisage a future where the barriers for women’s access to education, leadership and all other forms of economic empowerment are broken,thus going a long way to steer peace and sustainable development in the society.

Lawong Kendra Yaah – #IWD2024

Firstly, I believe that all women should  have access to equal opportunities in education, employment, and political participation. Secondly, I believe that women’s voices should be heard and respected in decision-making processes at all levels, from the local to the global. Lastly, I believe that women should be free from violence and discrimination in all forms, and should be treated with respect and dignity. 

Njodzeka Therese – #IWD2024

I am Njodzeka Therese, Finance coordinator for #defyhatenow Cameroon, my first reason for choosing this finance  field is career acceleration and significant growth opportunities. There is no structure that functions […]

Chansiline Nanze – #IWD2024

Chansiline Nanze is a Cameroonian backpack journalist living with a mobility impairment. I touch a bit of everything that concerns journalists but my strength lies in sports and health reporting. […]

Badal Fohmoh – #IWD2024

 Je suis Badal Fohmoh, communicatrice de formation et blogueuse spécialisée dans le sport. Pourquoi principalement le sport ? Tout simplement parce que  j’ai manqué ma carrière de footballeuse professionnelle (rires). […]

Ajumane Francis – #IWD2024

I am Ajumane Francis, a freelance journalist and member of the Cameroon Association of English speaking Journalists, CAMASEJ. I chose to be a journalist because I wanted to be the […]

Skip to content