In Cameroon: Diverse Women Take a New Turn on Peace Building

Women from all walks of life, drawn from different parts of Cameroon are attending a National Peace Conference in Yaoundé to strategize better for Calm to return in the restive regions of Cameroon.

Women and girls are said to be the most vulnerable group in conflict situations, part of the reasons why these women meet to brainstorm on a new turn on Peace building.

They feel relegated to the background, not given the opportunity to express their grievances or allowed to take a stand at the Dialogue Table, in order to be Peace mediators.

These selected women, meet for this maiden edition in Yaoundé, to share their experiences and ideas, an exercise that will see them spend 3 days together.

Organized by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung is a platform for these women to share memories while soliciting best ways for Peace to return in the Northwest and Southwest regions, the North region and also water down other crisis that have cropped up as a result of these ongoing crisis.

Though the women come from different backgrounds, many other women still feel left out, yet are represented, so that all voices are heard.


By Ndefru Melanie


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