For your area e bi easy for pesin wit disability, weh e no di see, or di use wheel chair for enta your office or house? One Cameroon NGO – SisterSpeak237 di try for make pipo understand weti weh pipo with disability di go through for dia ‘Feast of senses’. […]
By Barrister Ataubo Buriya Unuase Corona Virus Disease 2019 ( COVID-19) was in the month of March 2020 declared by the WHO to be a Pandemic. Many people may not understand what an epidemic or a pandemic is. Webster’s Dictionary defines an epidemic as an outbreak of a disease that […]
By Ndi Eugene Ndi Some female journalists practicing in the crisis-plagued Northwest and Southwest regions have committed to fact check their stories before reporting amid growing misinformation and disinformation in the regions. They took the commitment last weekend in Yaounde at the end of a three-day workshop aimed at strengthening […]
By Doh Bertrand With the rise in the spread of fake news and social media propaganda within the context of the crisis rocking the two Anglophone Regions, some over 20 female journalists reporting in these crisis-hit zones have been schooled on fact-checking, and verification and skills to become freelancers. This […]
SisterSpeak237 invites women and girls with disabilities to apply for the ACCESS TO WORK 2019 training program. This two-week training program will take place in Yaounde, Cameroon on a date in July /August to be communicated to selected participants.
By Ajumane Francis Daphne Njie 2018 was another year for Daphne Njie’s place as one of the hottest property in the urban music landcape in Cameroon. After wowing her audience in 2017 with her hit track « Calé », she thrilled her fans right up to the finish line with « Jusqu’à la […]
Good day my Sista. We hope this letter finds you and your family well. We pray ardently for your well being even at this time when many of us do not know how are families are faring. My Sista, it is now going on to three years since the crisis broke out in the North West and South West Regions. We have been watchful, mourning in silence as our lives become hell with each passing day. Yesterday, my Sista, one of ours, Mami Anasta lost her son to a stray bullet. It was a ghost town and Mami Anasta’s son Jacob is a tailor. Having worked in his shop (which fortunately is at home) the whole day, he went outside for a few minutes to stretch his legs and a stray bullet caught him. Mami Anasta is a widow with five children. She sells fruits in the market to take care of her family. Jacob is the only one helping her out, since her in-laws took everything from her after her husband died.
By Kiven Brenda Valentine’s day is a time when people show feelings of love, affection and friendship. It is celebrated in many ways worldwide and today in our SisterSpeak237 vox pop, we share experiences on first or best Valentine’s Day encounters. Folefac Viviane, Human Resource Mgt My first experience of […]
By Kiven Brenda The prize award ceremony to winners of the 2018 Sisterspeak237 National Storytelling Contest took place on January 30 at CBC Nkwen, Bamenda with laureates appreciating organizers for facilitating the responsibility of paying fees in their various schools. The ceremony took place in the presence of the representatives […]