Emeteh Melvis F.

Joined Jul 2017
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Following: 11Followers: 6

Bio

About Me

I am Cameroonian and married with a kid. But being married those not give my husband reasons to violate my rights. I know who I am, what am up to, know my rights and will not take it light with any violator of a woman. I never have peace when ever I see a woman in bondage of the rath of men. Though as I grew up I knew that the woman is the subordinate of the man, but when I became mature in reason I came to understand that gender bias is the order of the day in my society. Having this in mine, I began building up myself towards seeking redress to this.

Presently Rescue Women- Cameroon(REWOCAM), my organisation in which I am volunteering is on its feet to see that gender balance is the order of the day.

My Vision

My vision is to build a gender balance Cameroon

Needs

Funders are most likely to make my dreams come true

Abilities

I have a passion for visibility study so I can go right to highest areas of remoteness on foot

Interests

Economic PowerEducation EqualityGender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsWomen's HealthHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipEngaging Men and Boys in Gender Equality

Posts

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Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Never Give Up. Sep 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Never Give Up. Sep 07, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Where we are now Sep 07, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Bloody panty Aug 24, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Breaking the Silence in Family Rape Aug 23, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Products of Rescue Women Cameroon (REWOCAM) Aug 20, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Failures make you stronger and better Aug 13, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on CAMEROON: Why Do Women Always Pay the Price for STIs? Aug 13, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on I need supporters to help me realise a project I have educating the entire public on violence against women using the media Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Disguised enslavement of women by men Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved INDIA: When Art Transcends Pain Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Adolescent Mothers Summit: Setting the Agenda for Creativity and Purposeful Living Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved GHANA: Shining a Light for Ourselves and Each Other Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Battling the Scourge of Rape in a Permissive Society Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved NIGERIA: What I Learned On the Way to Learning Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Saahas is Born! Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved KENYA: After the Red Showed Up Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Part 6: Thinking Globally and Building Locally using my Video. Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved My Campaign is Opening Doors for Collaboration Aug 08, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved KENYA: Tribal Politics Killed My Friend Aug 07, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved US: Reclaiming My Imperfect Brain Through Art Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved PAKISTAN: My Father, My Hero Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved Speed Mentoring Young Female Parliament Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved NEPAL: I Lost My Freedom When I Got My Period Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved HONG KONG: Lesbian Migrant Workers Face Layers of Discrimination Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved RWANDA: Emotionally Healthy Girls Can Transform the World Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. loved CAMEROON: My Father Became an Accidental Feminist Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on What's been cooking? Aug 06, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Training neighbors in making things Aug 04, 2017 Emeteh Melvis F. commented on Disguised enslavement of women by men Aug 01, 2017