Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma

Joined Oct 2018
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About Me

An advocate for peace, Gender and development and conflict prevention and a Master student in conflict analysis and peace-building . A seasoned teacher for the past 15 years who has been able to grasp space to connect with NGOs for peace-building and advocating for the protection of rights of women and girls in the communities and schools. Currently a roving trainer volunteering across different Filipino islands including Mindanao, an area with an active insurgency. I develop and deliver training materials on conflict prevention, gender and development (GAD), liase with local government agencies to develop educational programing for the department of education and develop community-based learning programs designed to build conflict management skills. I also Participate in speaking engagements on the topics of conflict prevention, peace-building and gender, act as a mediator to support the resolution of workplace conflicts and investigate and addressed stakeholder concerns.

My Vision

Pursuing and engaging in activities and programs that put my skills as a peace-builder to work

Needs

More open space for my programs and opportunity to build a resource pool with like minded people in other countries.

Abilities

Roving trainer in conflict prevention, Gender and development. Can offer peace-building efforts and willing to join peace making program.

Interests

Economic PowerEducation EqualityWomen and the EnvironmentGender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsWomen's HealthHuman Rights for WomenWomen in LeadershipEngaging Men and Boys in Gender EqualityWomen in Technology

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Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on CAMEROON: My Security Starts With Me Jul 20 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on How can I keep quiet when even babies are raped? The story of 3 year old Judy May 11 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on SIERRA LEONE: Girls Are the Future of Peace and Security Mar 25 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Female responsibility Mar 19 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on MY WELL-BEING AND INNER PEACE IS MY SECURITY Mar 15 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on NIGERIA: Women Must Be Seen and Heard Mar 10 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on LITTLE BY LITTLE TO THE REALIZATION OF MY DREAMS DESPITE THE OBSTACLES Mar 10 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Happy women’s FIGHT! Mar 10 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on WORLD PULSE MADE 1ST MARCH AN UNFORGETTABLE DAY FOR MY ACHIEVEMENTS: A CALL FOR WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION Mar 08 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma loved Instilling Confidence In Our Children Jan 20 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma loved CAMEROON: My Security Starts With Me Jan 20 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Genderising leadership role, a way to free women from women’s Rights abuse and violence Jan 05 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on NIGERIA: The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Holds the Key to Peace Jan 03 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on NEPAL: Safety Shouldn’t Mean Losing My Freedom Dec 17, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on KENYA: Ambitious Young Women Won’t Be Stopped Dec 17, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Breaking The Cycle Of Insecurity! Oct 31, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma loved MY WELL-BEING AND INNER PEACE IS MY SECURITY Oct 13, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Finding My Own Peace Oct 13, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on “Reciprocity in Rights Respect To Promote Positive Peace” (RRR 2 PPP) Oct 10, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Five ways to speak up for Peace and be safe Oct 07, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma loved Five ways to speak up for Peace and be safe Oct 07, 2018 Fosah Frinwie Loveline Muma commented on Girls Rising: My Journey So Far Oct 02, 2018