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Hope Advocates Africa

Buea, Cameroon
Joined July 2019

Hope Advocates Africa works in the South West Region of Cameroon. Carrying advocacy campaigns about the respect of the rights of women and girls, TV talks, Radio programs and trainings in schools

Presence in: Cameroon
Focus: Gender-based violence, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Women's Rights

Hope Advocates Africa is a not for profit advocacy organization based based in Buea, Cameroon. Advocating for the rights of women and girls living in rural communities in the South West Region.  We provide paralegal services for victims of Gender Based violence, organize awareness Raising Campaigns on GBV. With the current unrest in our region, we provide services for displaced women living in bushes, providing them with Sanitary pads. We are also a Peace Building organization, working enormously for peace to be reinstated in our society. We empower women economically with skills.  We organize TV, Radio programs to adress The sexual and reproductive Health rights of women and girls.

 

People Associated With This Organization

Caryn Dasah

Cameroon  
Hope Advocates Africa
Joined July 2019
Interests: Gender-based violence, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Women's Rights
Caryn Dasah is a leading woman and doer.Always going the extra mile in order to impact lives.A visionary thinker who is gifted and also a great motivator who is a passionate Advocates for Women and girls especially Their Sexual and Reproductive Rights /development work. She is a world pulse change Maker, Peace Ambassador, community worker. As a social justice Activist, She works to ensure that the rights of women and Girls are respected to the fullest thus partnering with the Global Goals on the reduction of Inequalities through reorganizing Awareness Raising Campaigns. She does coaching and Mentoring for young girls and women, organize talks in five secondary schools in in Buea with Teenage girls to talk about Sexual and Reproductive health Rights Her journey began as a Volunteer Acting as the Peer Educators for Reach Out Cameroon in 2008, for the Home Solace program, where I taught my peers on HIV/AIDS. With a volunteering experience of 12 years. She is a trained Gender Based violence Case worker and currently awaiting an LLB in Law. Caryn has volunteered as, communication officer and Environmentalists for Food and Rural Development Foundation, Project officer for Rescue Mission Cameroon, Volunteer at the Social centre of the Ministry of Social Affairs Buea. I am joining the network because of my passion for women and girls rights, Human Rights and my Love for advocacy. I believe being a member of such a network will give me the opportunity to learn and share my experiences with fellow members. To empower me for the work I do for efficiency and more impacts
Caryn Dasah is the network champion (main point of contact) for Hope Advocates Africa.

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