Ketcha Pertulla Ezigha is a young Cameroonian social entrepreneur, with a BSc in Political Science and currently pursuing masters at the University of Yaounde II. She has a certificate in development and social change, gotten from the School for International change SIT Study abroad Cameroon. She is currently the founder/president of LEAP Girl Africa, a non-profit organization that has a mission to scrap-off gender-based violence and promote education.
Gender-based violence renders a lot of girls/women/children unhappy thus unproductive. Everyone's participation and well-being matter so creating maximum awareness will lead to them having knowledge of their rights and preventions. We want girls/women to be bold, confident and empowered. We inspire people to aspire and create positive change.
She is passionate about making a difference when involved in a project she gives it her all because of people's happiness and well-being, a good health and good social life can change it all.
It is important to strengthen women role to ensure our social cohesion. An unhappy woman cannot do this. We envisage women in good states.
We should all come together, create maximum awareness of this ill called GBV, many girls/women/children violated and disrespected every day.
I cannot solve the world's problems alone, collaborating with others, add value, acquire skills, learn everyday, to invest more in society.