AGYW EXPERIENCES FROM THE HER VOICE ALOUD/ALLOWED PROJECT

On Sunday, 27th February 2022, we had a physical closeout meeting of the HerVoice: Aloud |Allowed project supported by the #HerVoiceFund to support the meaningful engagement of adolescent girls and young women in decision making processes. This held with 7 AGYW who actively participated in the project, BodyTalk’s project lead, project officer and one of its volunteers. We had a recapitulation of all activities carried out to monitor and evaluate the outcomes we had at the end of the project and share experiences by the #AGYW.

March Heroines 2.0: Blessing Ohaeri

Name: Blessing OhaeriCountry: NigeriaProfession: Medical Laboratory scientistInstagram: @bl.essing6596 Blessing is a young graduate volunteering at a community health center in the town of Limbe. She is a young health professional who loves engaging in volunteer work which is why she partook in the First Aid volunteers training by the Red Cross in December 2020. Blessing … Continue reading March Heroines 2.0: Blessing Ohaeri

Forethought: How to Avoid Period Emergencies

We may pick off from somewhere and some may not pick up at all. The day came when the news of what was basically rumors became my reality. First it was one then two and subsequently hundreds. 'Stay home' they said, 'avoid over crowding, wear a face mask. If you have symptoms, seek for help'. … Continue reading Forethought: How to Avoid Period Emergencies

I have Epilepsy, but it is not my social identity.

Cameroon has one of the highest prevalence of Epilepsy in the World. But as Dr Mundih Noelar shares her experience, the social stigma associated with the disease is an even greater threat to People with Epilepsy than the disease itself. And if you are a woman, it's just a multiplier effect.