Initiative Update

World Pulse training and digital power to fight GBV against young mothers in Bamenda II Subdivision,North West Region Cameroon

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Posted August 3, 2020 from Cameroon
Young mothers and women with disabilities after training session
World Pulse training and digital power to fight GBV against young mothers in Bamenda II Subdivision,North West Region Cameroon

Venue: Special Needs Entrepreneur Group Multipurpose Hall,Fish Pond Hill,Bamenda

Date: July 3rd 2020

Time: 8:00 am to 12:00 Noon

Participants No. : 3 women with disabilities, 12 young mothers

Training Modules

-Awareness and sensitization on the importance of digital power to fight GBV,World Pulse training and Signing up of young women on World Pulse.

-These women were educated on the importance of building their digital skills and using them to seek opportunities and fight GBV in communities and online (Staying safe online)

-Briefings on online marketing and E-learning

Challenge

The young women who received the training did not have quality digital tools

Needs

These young women need support for digital tools.We need donations of digital tools to empower these young mothers

 

How many people have you impacted since your last update?

15

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Tarke Edith
Aug 03
Aug 03

Thanks for sharing dear
Keep up with the good job.

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Aug 05
Aug 05

Thank you sister.
In Sisterhood
Veronica Ngum
CAVP,Bamenda,Cameroon

Tamarack Verrall
Aug 03
Aug 03

Hi Veronica,
This is such great news. Now these young mothers have had the chance to come together, get access online, and meet you with your powerful message that there is work being done to end GBV. It is a celebration to know that these sisters have had this experience, and know what being able to get online has to offer them.
Congratulations!

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Aug 05
Aug 05

Dear Tam
Thanks for the encouraging words.You are such an inspiration to me.I continue to strive without limits above all obstacles against disability and stigma
In Sisterhood
Veronica Ngum
CAVP,Bamenda,Cameroon

Hello, Veronica,

Congratulations on this successful event! Yey, we have new members on World Pulse because of you. Great job, Ambassador! I’m looking forward to getting to know them.

What digital tools do you mean, sister? Like laptops and phones? I hope you can find a generous donor to fund the things you need. Great job to you, dear. Keep it up!

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Aug 05
Aug 05

Many thanks dear Karen
Thanks for the warm words.Yes, they need laptops,smart phones and tablets. We will continue to struggle.I wish some one could assist in a fund raiser for a start to assist a few of them at a time.
Thanks Karen
In Sisterhood
Veronica Ngum
CAVP,Bamenda,Cameroon

Jill Langhus
Aug 05
Aug 05

Hello Dear Veronica,

Congrats on your recent, successful event! I wish you success on finding the funding you need!

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Veronica Ngum Ndi
Aug 05
Aug 05

Many thanks Jill.
In Sisterhood
Veronica Ngum
CAVP,Bamenda,Cameroon

Jill Langhus
Aug 07
Aug 07

You're welcome, Dear:-)

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Nini Mappo
Aug 05
Aug 05

Dear Veronica,
It is so good that you are digitally empowering young mothers because often once you have a child, people tend to think that your life is set on a linear trajectory inside the home. But you are giving these mothers tools and hope to change their journey. That is so good.
Congratulations on your growing impact.

Veronica Ngum Ndi
Aug 05
Aug 05

Dear Nini
Many thanks.I agree with you.
Culture is doing real bad for us women with disabilities and young unmarried mothers
Thanks
In Sisterhood
Veronica Ngum
CAVP,Bamenda,Cameroon