Cameroon – Sisterspeak 237: ASMAC students schooled on Sexual and reproductive health reporting.
SisterSpeak237 a month after launching a SRH Manual, continues mission on empowering journalists . The NGO had a talk with students of the Advanced School of Mass Communication on , May 12, 2023. This exchange aimed at Bracing them with tools in reporting untold stories.
Journalists commit to mainstreaming disability in the Media, hold policy makers to account
Over 32 journalists from the North West region have promised to continue integrating disability issues in their reporting and programming and to ensure professionalism void of stigmatism while doing so.
At launch Sexual Reproductive Health Rights reporting guide
The Coordinator of Sisterspeak237 Comfort Mussa has called on Cameroonian journalists to write impactful sexual reproductive health content that can change citizens behaviors and enable them make informed choices about their sex and reproductive health.
She was speaking over the weekend in Yaounde during the launch of a manual on reporting sexual and reproductive health for journalists in Cameroon.
Disability News – Cameroon
In recent years, there has been growing recognition of the importance of disability rights and inclusion around the world. Despite this, people with disabilities still face significant challenges and barriers to full participation in society, including in Cameroon. To help promote awareness and understanding of disability issues in Cameroon, we […]