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Cameroon Women’s Global Strike

Denis Miki Foundation (DMF) will be organising the first ever Women’s Global Strike in Cameroon as part of the activities to commemorate the International Women’s Day. We will be mobilizing 30+ grassroots women and girls, women human rights defenders (WRHDs), feminists and gender activists. The activities include; a) Mobilize women and girls to join us […]

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TRAINING DONE BY NTUI MIRIAM AGBOR THE PROJECT CORDINATOR ON BACK UP OF DATA AS A DIGITAL SECURITY FOR HUMAN RIGHTS ACTIVISTS

Today, she was able to train on backup of data as a digital security for Human right activists, journalists etc. It is interesting to know that back up of data is very important as it enables valuable information to be stored in safe places like the external hard drives, cloud ( google severs, drop box) […]

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Miriam Agbor, Project Coordinator Represents DMF at the Digital Rights Coalition Capacity Building Workshop in Yaounde

The training workshop organized by CYEED and AFRO LEARDERSHIP in Yaounde Azur Hotel on November 1st and 2nd 2019 was a commitment to build capacity for the members of the Cameroon digital rights coalition on Public Awareness Raising Techniques/ Messaging and Communication Strategies. The workshop started at 8am with introduction of participants, followed by a […]

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African Women In Leadership Organisation (AWLO) Workshop Attended by two DMF Volunteers

On the 23rd October 2019 marked a great day for AWLO( African Women In Leadership Organisation) Cameroon Chapter as they saw the success of their first ever event since its inception on the 2nd of March 2019 in Cameroon.The event that took place at the prestigious Djeuga Palace Hotel Yaounde , under the theme- “Women […]

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DMF Mentees

We believe that investing in community members through mentorship and coaching is a way of building a new trend of thoughtful and caring changemakers. Who can Pass-On the knowledge, skills and capacities we transfer to them to more people across different communities both locally and globally. Our Mentorship Program runs through our DMF’s Financial Empowerment Mentorship […]

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Rural Android (RuDroid) Women

The Rural Android (RuDroid) Women and Girls project by Denis Miki Foundation is a Digital Empowerment project aimed at putting up Digital infrastructures (Community Cyber Café) in rural communities in order to support community access to the internet. It is a project to teach the women and girls of suburb and under-served communities on how […]

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Tech 4 Development

Our Tech 4 Development programmes play a major role in empowering people to improve their communities via the Internet. These programmes have reached thousandshundreds of people by helping to bring to life community-driven projects that teach digital skills, set up Community Cyber Cafe in remote communities, bridge the digital gender divide, enable continued trust in the […]

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Report of DMF’s Participation at the South West Women and Youth In Agribusiness Network (SOWYAB-NET) Meeting Attended by DMF Gender Officer; Nancy Efeme

The meeting which held on the 29th of June 2019 at Buea Town opposite the Police Station started at 10:45 am . It was said the following will be discussed. -Matters arising from the minutes. -Way foward of SOWYAB-NET. -Each group has to come out with a plan of action. -Secretariat needs office equipment and […]

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Denis Miki Foundation Officially Becomes A Member of the MenEngage Cameroon Chapter

Having signed up as a global member of MenEngage in the last few months, it was considered much needed to accept the call to belong to the local chapter of the MenEngage Alliance. Denis Miki Foundation has as 2 representatives for the MenEngage Alliance Cameroon Chapter one member from the Her Voice Club to be […]

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Her Voice Club Formed Following Focus Group Discussions with Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) on their Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)

Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) are faced with challenges particularly while engaging in relevant policy and program design processes that directly affect their lives. An example of this is absence and lack of meaningful engagement of adolescent girls and young women in national AGYW and youth related policy and program processes supported by or […]

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