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Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo-Wondieh
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Feminism. SRHR activist. Storyteller.
Feminism. SRHR activist. Storyteller.

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Really honoured by the nominations as a @cheveningfco Social Media Ambassador for 2016/2017. Just so you know I will be sharing on a regular basis our experiences as Cheveners #UK. More of these updates will be LIVE here on social media. In addition, I will be coaching & mentoring anyone interested in applying for Chevening.
#IAmChevening #CheveningSMA #MyVoiceMYStory
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Interested in volunteerism that is grounded in feminist principles & values?

Are you based in Buea?

Apply today to Become a +Wfac Cameroon #CSE School Facilitator

Email to: volunteers@wfaccameroon.org

1) Motivation Letter (Max 2 pg)
2) Curriculum Vitae (Max 2 pg with at least '2' Referrals)

Deadline : April 30th
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Register now!!! National Rural Women's Convening in #Cameroon on the #PreCSW62
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Call for stories on #womensrights in #Cameroon.

You can submit your stories directly via the link below or by email.
Submission link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/16zPO1kYxgLUoelnDGz4zmSwmcniyXkVqSsywBPDMwtg/edit
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January 21st would forever be remembered in history as a momentum moment for women. That day I joined the millions of women across the globe to march for Justice. Read my story on Why I Marched. ..
#IAmChevening #CheveningSMA #WhyImarch on January 21st #WomensMarch. ...
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Why I marched on January 21, 2017
Wfac Staff showing their feminist power. Pic taken by IWHC  Exactly 22 years, four months ago, when the fourth International conference was held in Beijing, China in September 1995. One which has been described by activists, humanitarians and academia as a ...
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Wfac strongly condemns the incident that resulted of the death of a pregnant woman at the Laquintinie hospital
MEDIA STATEMENT  Buea, Cameroon - March 13, 2016; Women for a Change, Cameroon (Wfac) strongly condemns the incident at the Laquintinie Hospital in Douala, that resulted to the death of 31-year-old pregnant woman named, Ms. Koumate Monique and her twins. Ma...
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