WFAC Cameroon Interviews

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“I refuse to walk in my mum’s shoes” says Mister, a 14 year-old child bride, talking to WFAC about how she was forced to marry a man who is three times her age... Ms. Mister narrates her struggle to WFAC, fighting against marrying a 35 year-old man.

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Zonziewoh Mbondgulo interviews Yonga Nelly Shella, founder of Rural Women Development Center (RUWDEC): "My mum was the source of my inspiration. Her dedication and commitment for gender justice, a cause she stood so strongly for, was exemplary and admirable.” 

Silent-No-More

Interview by Zonziwoh Mbondgulo: "My eight months spent at that firm was eight months of torture and misery... Today, I am a business woman, and I have a bachelor’s degree... So, if I can, I strongly believe you too can!"

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Zonziwoh Mbondgulo interviews Mrs. Margaret Bibum, mentor at the Buea School for the Deaf: "Our biggest achievement is having our supporters believe in what we are trying to do for deaf children and young deaf people in Cameroon.”

Mukam-Olivia

Interview by Zonziwoh Mbondgulo: "When I returned to my region, I observed that there were still cases of preventable, yet life-threatening diseases such as dysentery, typhoid, and cholera..."

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Sept 2013: Zonziwoh Mbondgulo interviews Namondo Alice: "They may suppress me. They minimize me as a woman... But I won’t be silent. I will speak so that the whole world knows what is in the heart of men in power..."

Malike-Dorothy

Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo interviews Pastor Mrs. Malike - "People told me I would not succeed unless I dated rich married men, “mbomas”. I told them I will not, and I kept my words.”

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“I want my story to be heard in the most remote of areas.  Where Persons Living with HIV/AIDs (PLWHA) are still stigmatized. I want people to know that when you are HIV, you are just like any other human being,” Mama Commy tells Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo.

Mama-Pekokeh-Mary

Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo talks to Mama Pekokeh: "Imagine, a village old woman like me having lived all my life in the village, and can neither read nor write, is now a symbol of hope to many grassroots women and men...

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Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo interviews Ms. Wirba Amshatu Verbe, mentor at the Government Teachers Training College, Buea: “I lost my sight when I was one year six months old...”

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The advent of New and Social Media has brought tremendous changes in many lives, especially in the lives of women and other marginalized groups...

Odilia Nwefu

Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo tells the story of a 16-year-old girl who has always been passionate about education. At the age of three, she became deaf. And two years later, she lost her father...