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UN Women distributes economic kits to 400 young girls’ beneficiaries of the Second Chance Education Flagship Program

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

400 young girls, beneficiaries of UN women’s Second Chance Education flagship program have received over 1230 economic kits for the establishment of economic activities in four sectors; petty trading, tailoring, agriculture and livestock. The distribution which took place from the 3 to 12 of September 2019 in all five project locations (Ngam, Bertoua, Mokolo, Mora and Minawao) in the Adamawa, East and Far North Regions was in view of providing economic empowerment to the girls.

UN Women supports the establishment of birth certificates for 300 children of Ntui and Yoko council areas

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

UN Women has facilitated the establishment of 300 birth certificates for 193 girls and 107 boys aged 0 – 16 in the Ntui and Yoko council areas. On the 23thof August 2019, these birth certificates were handed over to the mayors of both municipal councils by the Divisional Officer of Mbam-et-Kim and the representative of the Development Bank of the Central African States (BDEAC) in the presence of the National Civil Status Registration Office (BUNEC), the President of the Court and nearly 100 actors during an official ceremony organized by UN Women at ‘Hotel de Chute’ in Ntui.

WILPF Cameroon and FIRE Consortium present their gender conflict analysis project to UN Women and other international stakeholders

Friday, September 27, 2019

On 27 September 2019 the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Cameroon organized a briefing meeting with 22 participants from UN agencies and other experts on women, peace and security issues to present their recently launched gender conflict analysis project and discuss their objectives on the dialogue process launched by the Government of Cameroon. The meeting, which took place in the UN Women Yaoundé office, sought to present the activities of the FIRE Consortium to analyze the dynamics of the Cameroon conflicts from a gender perspective and gather input from the international actors on sustainable solutions to the various crises underway in Cameroon.

35 Humanitarian actors trained on gender-sensitive humanitarian programming

Thursday, August 8, 2019

Over 35 humanitarian actors in Cameroon have been trained on gender mainstreaming in humanitarian programming during a training of trainer’s seminar organized by UN Women from 8 to 9 of august 2019. The objective was to strengthen the capacities of the trainees on existing tools and mechanisms effective gender mainstreaming in humanitarian programming. The overall goal is for gender issues are effectively integrated into the process of developing the Humanitarian Needs Overview and Humanitarian Response Plan (HNO/HRP) 2020.

The Inter-Ministerial Committee on Gender Statistics in Cameroon organized its first session

Thursday, July 25, 2019

The first meeting of the Inter-ministerial Committee on Gender Statistics in Cameroon organized at Hôtel Azur in Yaoundé, July 25 th 2019, aimed at providing its members with strategic orientations and a roadmap to improve the production and use of gender statistics for a better monitoring of the Sustainable Development Goals and the National Gender Policy. The activity is part of the "Women Count" Program, a Flagship Global Program, funded by UN Women and implemented since 2017...

UN WOMEN presents the results of the gender diagnosis of the intercommunal Equipment and Interventions’ Special Fund (FEICOM)

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

On the 24th of July 2019, UNWOMEN released the results of the gender Diagnosis of the Special Council Support Fund for Mutual Assistance (FEICOM), during a ceremony held at the Headquarter of this governmental institution.

WOMEN STRENGTHEN THEIR CAPACITIES FOR UPCOMING POLITICAL ELECTIONS

Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Nearly 60 women, candidates and Political Party leaders took part in the training workshop organized by the Ministry of Family and Women Empowerment in partnership with UNWOMEN in Yaoundé, 23-24 July 2019 on electoral processes, electoral law, transformative leadership, peer learning for women candidates, speaking out and engagement. The main objective was to improve women's political leadership with a view to their optimal participation in the upcoming elections (municipal and legislative).

UN Women trains 30 members of the ‘Gender Data Journalists Network’ on data journalism

Monday, July 22, 2019

30 media professionals (17 women and 13 men), members of the "Gender Data and SDGs Journalists Network", have been trained on data collection and reporting information on gender statistics and SDGs, during a two days capacity building workshop organized by UN Women from the 22nd to the 23rdof July 2019. The workshop which aimed at equipping them with the skills they need to collect, process and disseminate information highlighting gender statistics and the SDGs, ended with the elaboration of an action plan to guide the Network members interventions in the dissemination of gender statistics and the SDGs to inform public opinion in a simple and effective way.

35 staff from the coordination and decentralized units of the PDCVA project trained on the development, collection and use of gender-sensitive indicators.

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

UN Women has trained 35 staff from the coordination and decentralized units of the Value Chain Development Project (PD_CVA) and from partners structures, have acquired skills on gender mainstreaming in the monitoring and evaluation mechanisms of the project. The workshop which took place from 17th to 19th July 2019 at Hostelry La Sanaga of Edea sought to develop and inform a sensitive gender performance monitoring framework, according to the principles of Results Based Monitoring approach and to collect and analyze data disaggregated by sex.

UN Women builds the capacity of 25 girls in leadership and participation in HIV / AIDS decision-making in Cameroon.

Friday, July 5, 2019

From 3 to 5 July 2019, 25 young girls from the Cameroon Network of Adolescents and Positive Youth (RECAJ+), took part in the training organized by UN Women Cameroon at Departmental Hôtel at Mbalmayo. The aim was to provide participants with tools to strengthen their participation in decision-making on HIV/AIDS policies and programs in Cameroon; to instill leadership skills by integrating gender aspects into their actions to ensure that the gender dimension is better taken into account

Over 117 girls trained on Mediation, Peace Building and Social Cohesion in Nkongsamba, Ebolowa and Ngaoundere

Tuesday, July 2, 2019

UN Women organized a set of tree capacity building trainings to build capacities of over 117 youths most of them young girls, on "Mediation, peace education and social cohesion" during from 18th April to the 21st June in Nkongsamba, Ebolowa and Ngaoundere respectively).

UN Women facilitates the training of political parties for the adoption of gender-sensitive internal documents

Friday, June 28, 2019

On June 28th 2019 Elections Cameroon with UN Women support organized at Yaounde Azur hôtel, a workshop under the theme “2019 legislative and municipal elections: building the capacities of political parties for adopting gender-sensitive internal”.

THE INTRODUCTION OF THE GENDER DIMENSION IN THE AGRICULTURAL VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (AVC-DP) WITH UN WOMEN TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

Friday, June 28, 2019

A total of 31 managers, coordinators and sector experts took part in a capacity building session of the staff and partners of the Agricultural Value Chain Development Project (AVC-DP) on gender mainstreaming into projects planning and programming cycle. The training was organized by UNWOMEN, from the 26t h to the 28 th of June 2019 at Hôtel le Paradis in Kribi. The main objective was to provide participants with tools and techniques for effective and efficient integration of the gender...

UNWOMEN STRENGTHENS THE CAPACITIES OF FOCAL POINTS IN CHARGE OF MONITORING LOCAL AND SECTORAL RESPONSES FOR THE COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF GENDER-SENSITIVE DATA

Friday, June 21, 2019

From 19 to 21 June 2019 ,20 focal points of the National AIDS Control Committee (NACC) in charge of monitoring the local and sectoral responses of the Regional Technical Groups took part in Mbalmayo at the capacity building workshop on the collection and analysis of gender sensitive data organized by UN Women. The aim of the training was to improve programmatic performance in the monitoring, collection and analysis of gender-sensitive data

Cameroon Government and UN Women hosts Side Event on CSW63

Friday, April 19, 2019

On March 14th, 2019 the Government of Cameroon with the technical and financial support of UN Women organized a Side Event under the theme "Partnership for the empowerment of women in rural areas: Promoting the empowerment of women living in rural areas in Cameroon through access to sustainable infrastructure " with the objective of showcasing the actions of the government of Cameroon towards achieving SDG 5, by facilitating rural women's access to sustainable infrastructure and Climate Resilient Agricultural techniques.

OFAD and partners brainstorm on pathways to promote women's entrepreneurship in Cameroon

Thursday, April 18, 2019

From 27 to 28 March 2019 the organization of African Women and the Diaspora (OFAD) organized its 5th edition of Economic and entrepreneurial Forum of African Women and of the Diaspora. The conference which took place at the Yaoundé Congress Centre saw the participation of over 500 visitors was an opportunity for stakeholders to debate and propose solutions to improve female entrepreneurship in Cameroon.

UN Women train over 30 Cameroonian youths on GBV prevention and Menstrual Hygiene Management

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Nearly 30 young women and men of the Cameroon National Youth Council and the association Peace of Heart have been trained on mainstreaming the specific needs of women and girls in the fight against HIV / AIDS, to prevent gender-based violence (GBV) and to better handle Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM). The three days training which took place from 9 – 11 April 2019 was organized by UN Women to build capacity of community facilitators to plan and organize capacity building and sensitizing sessions of local community.

UN Women facilitates access education and vocational training for women and girls affected by humanitarian crisis in Cameroon

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

In February 2019, UN Women Cameroon conducted a series of needs assessment, labour market and consultation activities in the East and Far North Regions to determine local needs, types of training and existing institutions and infrastructures to host beneficiaries of launched the second Chance Education and Vocational Learning (SCE) Programme.

Over 35 Officials from CEMAC trained on gender sensitive budgeting and planning

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

From the 11th till the 15th of March 2019, 38 senior officials from the ministries of finance and women empowerment from all the states members of AFRITAC centre, were trained gender sensitive budgeting during the 8th edition of Budget ‘senior Officials’ Forum organized by the regional Technical Assistance Center of the International Monetary Fund for Central Africa (AFRITAC Centre) in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo, on the theme: “Gender responsive budgeting: Reducing Gender Inequalities to accelerate development”. During the four days training, UN Women Cameroon drilled the thirty-eight participants on the techniques needed for the adoption of gender-responsive budgeting as a tool for institutionalizing gender accountability mechanisms and translating them into sectoral public policies.

Take five with Tchonko Becky Bessong: “With my voice, I can impact the masses”

Friday, February 15, 2019

Tchonko Becky Bessong is a popular radio presenter with CRTV, Cameroon’s public radio and television broadcasting company. Over 20,000 Cameroonians tune in to her weeklyprogramme ‘Calling the women’. UN Women works with journalists throughout the country, as part of its efforts to train media professionals in gender-sensitive reporting, funded by the Government of Sweden(SEED Fund).

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