Nakinti

Joined Mar 2012
  • Voices of Our Future 2013
  • Vocal Contributor
  • Featured Storyteller
  • Advanced Digital Changemaker
  • Impact Leader
  • Ambassador
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  • Featured Changemaker
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Empower Internally Displaced Women and Girls With Me

What I'm Leading

I am offering skills training to internally displaced women and girls whose houses and entire villages have been burned down by forces of the Cameroon government as a result of the anglophone crisis. 

Who I'm Impacting

Internally displaced women and girls in Cameroon.

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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 EmpowermentEducationGender-based ViolenceGirlsLeadershipTechnology & Innovation

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Nakinti commented on CAMEROON: My Father Has Dementia. Let's End the Stigma. May 10 Nakinti commented on KENYA: The Day I Was Cut Apr 05 Nakinti commented on Digital Training for Village Children Jan 07 Nakinti commented on My VIJAYAkrishna Jan 05 Nakinti commented on Women in Disaster-prone Areas Jan 05 Nakinti commented on I am a feminist Dec 30, 2017 Nakinti commented on Cameroon: 16 Year Old Girl Caught in the Web of Multiple Adolescent-driven Problems Dec 30, 2017 Nakinti commented on ZAMBIA: I Survived and Now I’m Helping Others Nov 30, 2017 Nakinti commented on Dignity mistakenly undignified Oct 10, 2017 Nakinti commented on Cameroon: Heading towards a Genocide Sep 29, 2017 Nakinti commented on Because am Woman Sep 28, 2017 Nakinti commented on Dépistage volontaire chez les jeunes Sep 28, 2017 Nakinti commented on PASSION TO CAREER Sep 28, 2017 Nakinti commented on A book about a feminist living in the wilderness of Oregon Sep 27, 2017 Nakinti commented on PEACEFUL CHANGEMAKERS- WOMEN & NATURE Sep 27, 2017 Nakinti commented on Pakistan: Dowry is not a gift its a burden Sep 25, 2017 Nakinti commented on Finding me in the midst of ICT and Media Sep 25, 2017 Nakinti commented on Girls are like a flower Sep 25, 2017 Nakinti commented on Sexual Harassment is Bad,let's fight against the Epidemy. Sep 25, 2017 Nakinti commented on VIJAYA Sep 25, 2017 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