Auntie Becks shares the story of how her husband was, how she struggled with the loss & grief. Despite her grief, she reached out to other women who had lost their husbands in the war and started a foundation to support them. Hazel, one of the beneficiaries of the foundation, shares how it has helped her since joining in 2021. The foundation is named after Auntie Beck's husband, and its focus is on widows whose husbands were killed in the crisis.
n this episode of our flagship program – SPOTLIGHT, we discuss intimate partner violence, which is prevalent in Cameroon. The host and guests, a journalist and a civil society activist, discuss why some women stay in abusive relationships, including fear of being single, societal pressure to be married, and lack […]
The video is an episode of SisterSpeak237's Spotlight Season 2, featuring two guests, Auntie Becks and Hazel Fonyuy, who have both lost their husbands in the ongoing armed conflict in the North West and South West regions of Cameroon.
This edition of SPOTLIGHT focuses on the entertainment industry in Cameroon. The host, Comfort Mussa, discusses the attempt to export Cameroonian content and culture with two celebrities in the entertainment industry: Tanwie Elvi and Stephanie. The conversation covers the challenges of producing movies in Cameroon, such as the limited number […]