I am Mosele Elizabeth Ajebe and a holder of a Master’s of Science Degree in Women and Gender Studies from the University of Buea. Coming from a modest average background has been very challenging as a Female African Youth. This provoked my interest in Gender Studies. I have over 5 years’ experience in the Gender and Community Development Sector specifically focusing on the socio-economic empowerment of Women (single mothers, widows) and girls (especially those from single homes) within the Buea Sub division and the Founder of Naomi’s Foundation (aimed at Remodelling the Lives of Women and Youths and Promote Unique Economic Potentials for under resourced women, young girls aged between (10-35 yrs of age).
I am passionate about service, knowledge exchange and having African women’s voices been heard from the peripheries. My ability to adapt and interact with sensitivity in identifying and resolving problems make it easy for me to work and accommodate other people with varied behaviour
I envision that someday we will celebrate a year without stroke in our households,communities not just in Cameroon but Africa and beyond.
Lack sustainable and flexible funding to impact more people and push the vision forward in many rural communities within my jurisdiction.
High team leadership,communication and capacity building,education/training skills,resilient and focused in finding solutions to problems.