The caravan of 16 days activism campaign took a different twist this time around, paying a visit yesterday 7th December 2017, to some notables of the Bonakanda Community, in Buea, thanks to the engineering of one of Martin Luther King Jr. Foundation (LUKMEF) Cameroon’s partnering Civil Society Organization (CSO), called Hope Advocates Africa. Hope Advocates Africa has as mission to promote sustainable development through the fight against all forms of Violence Against Women and Girls. This year’s 16 days activism is commemorated under the theme, ‘leave no one behind: end violence against women and girls.’During our community visit, we elaborated on issues related to: psychological violence, physical violence, rights of girls and women, and the referral network of support service-providers to survivors of Gender-Based Violence (GBV).Special regards to HRH Chief Ndongo Molonge of Bonakanda, a typical gender activist, for mobilizing his community and granting us audience; Caryn Dasah, Founder and Executive Director of Hope Advocates Africa and her team, and Mr. Nkemju Rosevelt, for their support towards the success of this outreach.It should be noted that the 16days of activism to end Gender-Based Violence (GBV), spear-headed by LUKMEF, falls within a 3-year project to End Violence Against Women/Girls (EVAW/G) in 6 Regions of Cameroon, being North West, South West, East, Littoral, West, and Centre – thanks to funding from United Nations Trust Fund.#HopeAdvocatesAfrica#LUKMEFCameroon#16days#OrangeTheWorld#UNWomen#UNTrustFund#CarynDasah#BrendaTita#AfroRealInitiative#YALI#YALINetworkFace2Face#CLA2015#JCI#UNV#IVD#MoreMi#ManVoFCam#LocalYouthCorner#NoelaLyongaFoundation#UCYE#SAIMUNCameroon#MINPROFF


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    Hope Advocates Africa, a women and girl's SRHR, organization working for and with women based in Buea, SW Region, Cameroon. our objective is to meet the needs of women and girls in remote and inaccessible Villages in Cameroon

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