Nakinti

Joined Mar 2012
  • Digital Ambassador
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  • Impact Leader
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Bio

About Me

I am Nakinti, born in1979. I am a holder of a double Bsc. & M.Sc. in Women and Gender Studies, from the University of Buea (UB) Cameroon. I am currently a World Pulse VOF alumni, World Pulse Ambassador for Cameroon, and World Pulse Impact Leader. I am involved with women's work and women's writing. Writing is my passion. I was a Reporter for Global Press Journal from 2011 to 2015. My dream is to see that discrimination against women is eliminated in society, especially in Africa where it is at its peak. I love writing and watching reality shows Working with bossy bosses makes me sick. I am free spirited, out going and I love to mentor others so that they can achieve their objectives.

My Vision

To become an ambassador for women and girls

Interests

Economic PowerEducation EqualityGender-based ViolenceEmpowering GirlsWomen in LeadershipWomen in Technology

Posts

Activity

Nakinti commented on Corona Hit Home and Home! May 11 Nakinti commented on Time For Everything. Mar 12 Nakinti commented on My World Pulse, My World! Feb 25 Nakinti commented on WorldPulse Spirit Awards Nominations: Sisterhood Dec 16, 2019 Nakinti commented on The Girl in Me! Sep 18, 2019 Nakinti commented on Let's Celebrate Our Ambassadors! Aug 30, 2019 Nakinti commented on Diary of a Pregnant Virgin (Sex Education is Key) Aug 19, 2019 Nakinti commented on I ENCOURAGED MY BEST FRIEND TO SPEAK OUT ABOUT HER HIV STATUS AND LIVE POSITIVELY Aug 19, 2019 Nakinti commented on Silent Voices - The journey to trauma Aug 18, 2019 Nakinti commented on intimidation from the police for wearing pants Aug 18, 2019 Nakinti commented on WAS ANYONE’S FIRST MENSES AS BAD AS MINE? May 22, 2019 Nakinti commented on Saving myself, so i may yet save the world Feb 06, 2019 Nakinti commented on Patriarchy has traumatized the world for too long. It’s time to heal now. Feb 06, 2019 Nakinti commented on Helping me make a change in my life. Feb 06, 2019 Nakinti commented on The Pulse and its Impact in My Life. Feb 06, 2019 Nakinti commented on That Moment Online met Offline: A World Pulse Connection! Nov 25, 2018 Nakinti commented on CAMEROON: In Spite of a Fractured Girlhood, We Made It Nov 20, 2018 Nakinti commented on Security is heeding to she who gives life Nov 15, 2018 Nakinti commented on "Oh! The Greed Of My Home Land" Nov 14, 2018 Nakinti commented on IT IS OKAY TO QUIT Nov 14, 2018 Nakinti loved Kenyan women moving into leadership after the 2017 elections. Aug 26, 2017 Nakinti loved Failures make you stronger and better Aug 17, 2017 Nakinti loved Cameroon: How I Broke Out From a ‘Female Cell’ Aug 17, 2017 Nakinti loved Disguised enslavement of women by men Jul 30, 2017 Nakinti loved Making the world a better place Jun 13, 2017 Nakinti loved Nude Videos as a Weapon against Women in Cameroon Jun 04, 2017 Nakinti loved PHILIPPINES: Women Hold Together the Caregiving Fabric in Mindanao May 05, 2017 Nakinti loved PHILIPPINES: My Words Must be Written May 05, 2017 Nakinti loved ZAMBIA: Can Women Have It All? May 05, 2017 Nakinti loved Dare Apr 27, 2017 Nakinti loved NIGERIA: I Stood Up to My Father’s Tyranny Mar 25, 2017 Nakinti loved CAMEROON: The Agony of a Victim of Forced Marriage Jan 16, 2017 Nakinti loved My Resolution for 2017 : Breaking the Wall of Digital Illiteracy Jan 03, 2017 Nakinti loved My Great Grand-Ma's Struggles Made Me Who I Am Today! Jan 02, 2017 Nakinti loved CANADA: Coming Out to My Global Sisters Dec 06, 2016 Nakinti loved NIGERIA: I Am No Longer Hiding From HIV Dec 06, 2016 Nakinti loved CAMEROON: How My Grandmother Set the Pace for Girls in Our Community Dec 06, 2016 Nakinti loved UGANDA: How I Became an LGBTI Advocate in a Country Where Homosexuality Is Illegal Nov 30, 2016 Nakinti loved International Women's Day: It Doesn't End Here Mar 31, 2015 Nakinti loved A Letter to my younger, 11 year old self May 11, 2013