DAREM Facilitates Economic Empowerment, Leadership Training Of Mbororo Women

Mbororo Women pose for a picture with facilitators

Mbororo Women pose for a picture with facilitators

By Njodzeka Danhatu

Over sixty Mbororo women and young girls in Fako Division, Cameroon’s Southwest Region, were recently trained on peacebuilding, business coaching, leadership and communication skills, sexual health and liquid soap manufacturing.

The training was part of T DAREM’s mission to improve the living conditions of the Mbororo women displaced by the ongoing Anglophone Crisis, climate change and environmental and health-related issues imposed on them through natural and man-made causes.

Gaining access to technical, financial and entrepreneurial skills, these women will not only improve the financial management of their existing business schemes and other self-employment ventures, but they will also improve on their self-confidence and build resilient communities through their economic growth.

Different training modules ranging from simple bookkeeping, social media strategies for business, sexual and reproductive health care, conflict prevention and peacebuilding to strengthened resilience, promote social cohesion and eliminate misinformation, disinformation and hate speech from their homes, community and schools.

This new breed of Peace Ambassadors from the Mbororo community in Fako Division all left with liquid soap made together during the training programme at the Buea Central Mosque with a promise to train other women in their communities.

Present at the training workshop were Solidarity Health Foundation (Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights), BAWAC Cameroon (Peacebuilding, Communication and Leadership Development), FALCOH Foundation (Basic Bookkeeping and Business Coaching) and the representative of MINPROF, Buea, for technical support.

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