GDF World Civil Society of Cameroon
Emilienne Alice Elong
ADES(Association pour le Développement et l'Encadrement Sanitaire)
I’m Emilienne Alice Elong Kouoh likeable Cameroonian-Central Africa- living in Douala.
am seasoned entrepreneur Psychologist practicing at the second region
military hospital of Douala , Guidant counselor, BSc in private law,
former delegate of women empowerment and family, Mentee at Cherie Blair
Foundation for Women, human rights educator, member of EQUITAS, OIDD,
YALI network, Winner of weekly book prize and Award in “#Inspiring
Women, Global online FiresideChat” Program of Alysia SILBERG UN women
Empower Global Champion, PROPAM Administrator, cooperate that promotes
Clamshells and fight poverty.
Love imparting knowledge for behavioral changes and help others attain
their objectives. I fight for human rights, enjoy organizing and holding
seminars, forums, family counselling, diverse individual therapies,
workshops in order to help women speak out against gender-based violence
and work in entrepreneurial ventures.
I equip myself with a lot of resources through reading, travelling and getting into contact with different cultural settings and exchange platforms.
Jean Paul Brice Affana
Vital Actions for Sustainable Development
2008 - Present: Coordinator
Youth and Action Instructor trained by the Ministry of Youth Affairs of Cameroon. His fields of interest and experiences include social development, climate change, sustainable development, intercultural dialogue, peace-building, youth empowerment and development, and human rights.
2011:Focal Point of youth NGOs at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).
National Coordinator of MasterPeace in Cameroon
Coordinator of the Commonwealth Youth Climate Change Network: Youth Affairs Division of the Commonwealth Secretariat.
Head of Youth Programs of the International Association for the Advancement of Innovative Approaches to Global Challenges (IAAI)
African Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC).
Fanji Self Help Womens Group
Veronica Ngum Ndi - President
Community Association for Vulnerable Persons (CAVP)
Veronica Ngum Ndi is founder of a nonprofit - Community Association for Vulnerable Persons (CAVP) Santa subdivision, Bamenda, North West region Cameroon. She is a woman with disability (Club foot deformity), a volunteer Program Manager at the Coordinating Unit of Associations of Persons with Disabilities (CUAPWD) Bamenda. Has a strong commitment to inclusive development and peace building works, and is passionate about gender issues. As a peer educator, she was first prize winner as the best peace and tolerance promoter on social media and throughout door sensitizations in #OneCameroon campaign, project with Action Foundation Common Initiative Group (AFCIG), with support from UNAOC. She loves to work with others to create innovative and successful projects and a 2016-2017 Empower Women Global Champion for Change.
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