CCREAD-Cameroon is joining efforts with other African NGOs towards the empowerment of youths, promoting peacebuilding and social entrepreneurship in Africa
International volunteers working at CCREAD-Cameroon working hard each day campaigning against domestic violence on women and girls in Cameroonian communities. One of the pioneer supporter of the 2014 community base campaigns are the Feminist Review Trust, a UK based charity.
CCREAD-Cameroon engaging Abandoned Cameroonian teenage mothers and unemployed youths in Kupe Muanenguba Division in the planning of projects and programs of common interest in solving youth unemployment in 2014
Rural women and girls with community leaders brought together by CCREAD-Cameroon for human rights education with focus on the respect of the sexual and reproductive rights of women.
CCREAD-Cameroon takes part in Global Human Rights campaigning with a special focus on redefining post 2015 targets
CCREAD-Cameroon in partnership with other NGOs take measures for the effective monitoring and evaluation of Global Funds projects in Cameroon to ensure that field objectives are attained at the end of all projects planned and financed.
Through school base sessions, Cameroonian youths are drilled on good leadership and principles of good governance and sustainable development. The kind of education that pays and knowledge that wins.
CCREAD-Cameroon takes part in the training program organized by the European Union Civil Society Strengthening Program (PASC) in Cameroon on the supportive role of NGOs to government on decentralisation
CCREAD-Cameroon and UNOY Peacebuilders through the Youth in Action Program of the European Commission working to foster peacebuilding through the mobilization of African youths
The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Cameroon office field staff with CCREAD-Cameroon’s Hilary Ngide negotiating partnership and setting ACT project implementation guidelines in the promotion of human rights in some rural communities 2012-2014
NGO Leadership exchange between CCREAD-Cameroon and the International secretariat of the United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY)
The World Bank(GDM program)/CRS staff evaluating CCREAD-Cameroon’s governance program and getting firsthand community response and public feedback
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Vision of the organization:
CCREAD-Cameroon targets exposing marginalized children, youths, women and indigenous populations of Cameroon to empowerment and self realization opportunities merged with environmental sustainability through united youth actions.
Mission of CCREAD-Cameroon:
Working in response to adopted community driven strategic plans, CCREAD-Cameroon currently has as mission “To enhance the social, economic, cultural empowerment of children, youths, women and indigenous groups for poverty alleviation, better community organization, improved governance/human rights and environmental conservation and management.
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