• Posted on: 24 April 2020

Our next stop on income generating activities was 23/04/2020 in Bamenda 1 and 3 Sub-division in the North West Region Cameroon. We invested in 31 indigenous Women and Girls by empowering them economically to begin petty businesses to render them financially independent, zero hunger and push back against GBV. These business items to open provision stores, tailoring workshop equipped with tailoring machines handed to the women were provided by FFAC and AMPLIFY CHANGE. This will go a long way to help these women resist GBV during the period of confinement, it will make them stay at home and curb the Covid-19. This event was presided over by the Director of Women Empowerment and the family and the Chief of Social Center for Bamenda 1