Saturday, July 25, 2020

CCMN Kick-starts 2nd Phase, factoring Humanitarian Aspects In Reporting



The PCC National Peace Office has launched the second phase of her activities; Peace Journalism and Conflict Transformation in the Northwest Region.

The event that took place at the PCC Church Centre Mankon, Bamenda on July 24th and was chaired by the National Peace Coordinator, the Rev. Nta William, in the presence of the Regional Manager for Peace, Mme kyeng Juliette, the National Programs officer for Peace, Ntui Oben and the National coordinator for CCMN, Mme Rosaline A.Obah.


"The 2nd phase comes to fine tune our strategies so that we continue to aim towards one direction, to ensure a peaceful society. The 2nd phase targets another domain, which is the humanitarian aspect , which the 1st phase did not factor." National Coordinator, Mme Rosaline A. Obah said.


The meeting that brought together members of the Cameroon Community Media Network (CCMN), who are the beneficiaries to the project, were called to use the project to make the common man feel it's impact for a better outcome, which is expected to reflect the output through their initiatives.

"The impact should be felt within the society and that change can come without necessarily using violence." Ntui Oven said.


The chairman reiterated the fact that "CCMN as a platform will benefit from individual perspectives, of which, persons will build their capacities and secondly be a platform, where there will be a multiplier effect when once peace is spoken and humanity is taken into consideration from our various media organs, churches and mosques." Rev. Nta William

"It is going to create a greater impact even to those who don't know the need to be peaceful and the final outcome will be to join the peace initiative." He added.

Members of the network who are also beneficiaries are expected to remain professional awhile continuing with productions centres arround Peace Journalism, while factoring the humanitarian aspects in their narrative.

By Ndong Carine
    

0 comments:

Post a Comment