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help me win $1000 to support a project to tell the stories of grassroots women leaders involved in community mobilization, HIV/AIDs, peace building, social justice, and human rights advocacy in Cameroon.
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This is a re-post from A Safe World for Women
August 26, 2012 shall forever remain historic in the minds of some 70 mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers, aged 75 and above who participated in a 700m honorary fast walk race in Bafanji Village, Northwest region,…Continue
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In 2012, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) global will be celebrating its 60th Anniversary. In its sixty years of existence, the IPPF has grown from a federation of eight founding member organizations in 8 countries with an initial budget of $ 5 000…Continue
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RE: Call for Applications for Internship Opportunities:
African Leadership Centre; Nairobi is calling for applications for internship opportunities.
Kindly find the attached announcement for more details.
Kind Regards …Continue
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The African Leadership Centre is pleased to announce a call for applications for the Peace and Security Fellowship for African Scholars for 2012-12013. For more information about the Peace and Security Fellowship for African Scholars please follow this…Continue
Long before Cameroon’s independence and the creation of women’s NGOs and microfinance institutions, grassroots women realized the need to empower themselves through local means.
Known as ‘ngangis’ or ‘tontines’ (women-owned spaces), they have existed for centuries. To date, ngangis remain one of the most active and oldest forms of rotating micro savings programs for many people--grassroots women in particular.
Through these ngangis, women have sought better opportunities to…Continue
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For the past four months, if you take a walk or drive by the Labour office in Buea, Cameroon , you are bound to see over 500 people (mostly women 40 or older), sleeping, sitting or lying outside on the ground in the dust or on concrete. At the main entrance to this building, placards are hung in a straight…Continue
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The deadline of Yayori Award nomination for 2011 is coming soon. We encourage activists and organizations from Asia to send many nominations to honour grassroots women's activism for human rights and peace.
The Yayori Award focuses on women activists, journalists, and artists
who work at the grassroots level with socially marginalized peoples in
order to create a 21st century free from war and discrimination against
women. Younger activists are especially encouraged to…
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Following a pilot call last year, the Medical Research Council has now launched a second call to support African Research Leaders. This is a highly prestigious award, jointly funded by the MRC and the UK's Department for International Development (DfID), for non-clinical and clinical researchers of exceptional ability. The aim of the scheme is to strengthen research leadership across sub-Saharan Africa, by attracting and retaining researchers of high ability. The call has been re-focused…Continue
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WORLD AIDS DAY
This is a call for applications for grantees to…Continue
Student Activism, Violence and Politics of Higher Education in Cameroon: The Case of University of Buea (1993 -2003), by Jude Fokwang,…Continue
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kindly find the pdf call for submissions at Employment%20Package.pdf
July 26, 2011
Center for Women’s Global Leadership
Visit www.cwgl.rutgers.edu for information.
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
New Brunswick, NJ USA
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The African Women's Development Fund has issued a "Call for Proposals" and is seeking applications from groups planning to organize activities during the 2011 16 Days Campaign and who wish to secure funding. The maximum grant will be $1,000…
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A 29-year old woman, Mrs. Grace Jacob, (pictured) has been arrested for battering her 10-year-old son, Emmanuel, and forcing him to sleep in the staircase of their home at…Continue
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Terms of Reference (TOR)
1- General Information
11- Location: Central Africa: Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of Congo, Gabon, Guinea, Sao Tome and Principe
12- Contracting authority: Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS)
13-Information on the recipient region
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