16,000 young people reached with the dance4lide `Heart Connection Tour` in schools and 3,586 agents4change created with the dance4life project in Cameroon.
Peer educators distributed 10,000 condoms during the “Condomise” Campaign promoting safe sex practice amongst young people in Cameroon.
109 youths joined our volunteer Programs to acquire first-hand experience, workplace skills, and confidence in their workability.
438 youths empowered through the range of Get-Start programs promoting Life-Skill Development “Start-Up” IDPs and Vulnerable Promoting youth Empowerment.
6130 students engaged in the Human Rights Education campaign (school essay competition) to engage with community monitoring, referring, and reporting a violation of Human Rights in the conflict-affected Southwest and Northwest regions of Cameroon.
1314 are engaged in Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and Learn about Forest, promoting conservation values, and protecting endangered animals along Congo Basin protected area (Bakossi National Parks) in Cameroon.
500 kids received Hot Meals to keep them stay in school to promote Child Rights to Education, Health, and Nitration in Mokolo, Maroua.
107 returnees’ young girls and women survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) benefited from Case Management (psychosocial support, counseling, and legal aid) as part of our Humanitarian Assistance in NOSO Cameroon.
72 menstruating girls and women from Limbe III district received dignity kits to cover the cost improve Menstrual Hygiene Management.
24 teenage mums from Muyuka, Subdivision, received a scholarship to enroll back to school as with the “Second Chance” initiative, encouraging teenage mothers’ education.