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International Day of Persons with Disabilities

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

The International Day of Persons with Disabilities(IDPD) is being celebrated across the globe on the 3rd of December. The history of the day is dating back to 1992 when it was first proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly(UNGA). It is considered a huge step...

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International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

International day for slavery is generally remembered on December 2nd of every year. December 2nd was introduced as world slavery abolition day from the year 1986. People use this day to speak out the troubles of modern slavery. Students used to write articles about...

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World Aids Day 2019

World Aids Day 2019

Theme  "Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community,"  World Aids Day is a day where people all around the world unite and gathers all their strengths to fight against HIV. It would usually be held on the 1st of December. Besides that, people...

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International Day of the Girl Child

International Day of the Girl Child

Since from the year 2012, the day October 11 is being observing as International Day of the Girl Child across the world. This day stands for Girl's empowerment, ensure their basic human rights and also to assist them to overcome challenges faces in their life as...

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Challenges of sustainable development in Africa

Challenges of sustainable development in Africa

CHALLENGES OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA Africa is known to be blessed with a lot of mineral resources, thus as a continent, wealth ought to be amassed by now. However, it seems that for a long time it seems Africa is hardly catching up with the west as the...

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Sustainable development and its importance in Africa 

Sustainable development and its importance in Africa 

Sustainable development and its importance in Africa What is Sustainable development?  Sustainable development is a way to use natural resources without damaging the planet and its people, and at the same time contributing in the growth of a country's economy. It...

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Why is world peace important? 

Why is world peace important? 

Why is world peace important? When we hear about war, we think of something really far away and movie-like. We might even think it is fun, because we have never experienced one. But war is real and has many, many consequences: people lose their belonging, their...

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How can we maintain peace in our society?

How can we maintain peace in our society?

How can we maintain peace in our society?Obviously, this is a very difficult question to answer. In order to maintain peace in our society, we actually need to create peace in the first place. As you probably know, there are a lot of current conflict zones...

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What is the meaning of World Peace Day

What is the meaning of World Peace Day

International Day of Peace The International Day of Peace, or World Peace Day as it is more commonly known, occurs annually on the 21st September. This United Nations event began back in 1981, and each year there is a specific theme attached to the day. In 2019, World...

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Why is World Peace Day Celebrated? 

Why is World Peace Day Celebrated? 

  Each year, the world celebrates World Peace Day. Obviously, this means many people start asking the question about why we need a specific day as a celebration of world peace, when it is something that we should be aiming for every single day. Well, the answer is...

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10 Examples of Sustainable Development 

10 Examples of Sustainable Development 

10 Examples of Sustainable Development News about Amazon rainforest fires were going viral on the web recently and the situation is just deteriorating because of human activities such as mining and deforestation. This is where sustainable development plays a...

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Horrors of Sexual Abuse in Conflict Zone

Horrors of Sexual Abuse in Conflict Zone

The Importance of Recording the Horrors of Sexual Abuse in Conflict Zone Sadly, sexual abuse continues to be used as a weapon of violence in conflict zones around the world.   For example, the report from the United Nations Commission of Inquiry cited the case of...

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Highest Teen Pregnancy Rates Worldwide

Highest Teen Pregnancy Rates Worldwide

Teenage marriages are a larger factor than unwanted conceptions in many of the countries with the most teen pregnancies. Pregnancy rates among teens worldwide are inclusive of teenage girls who become pregnant before reaching the age of 20, whether they are single or...

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International Youth Day 12 August

International Youth Day 12 August

“Today, we celebrate the young people, youth-led organizations, Governments and others who are working to transform education and uplift young people everywhere.” — UN Secretary-General António Guterres.   There are currently 1.8 billion young people between the...

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Teenage Pregnancies in Conflict Zones 

Teenage Pregnancies in Conflict Zones 

  With it now being estimated that 1 in 6 children globally are living in a conflict zone, it is harder than ever for youngsters to safely navigate their way to adulthood. Unfortunately, for females living in these zones, a big problem they face is teenage...

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What can the youth of Africa do to promote peace 

What can the youth of Africa do to promote peace 

What can the youth of Africa do to promote peace? For a very long period of time, most African countries have been affected by several conflicts. This sometimes causes a civil war. In the long-run, peace is disrupted. An environment that's not peaceful is totally...

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Causes of Child Labor in Africa 

Causes of Child Labor in Africa 

Causes of Child Labor in Africa. Africa has often been described as a rising continent owing to the strong economic performance of some of her member states. But behind this veneer of economic progress lies stories of agony, dejection, and, alarmingly, widespread...

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Internally displaced persons

Internally displaced persons

https://youtu.be/zvQtY8FmTSM Change care foundation team went deep into the forest to visit some IDPs in the SW Region of Cameroon. Change Care Foundation believe that, helping refugees/IDPs settle and integrate peacefully at a time of distrust and prejudice, is...

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Importance of peacebuilding and conflict resolution 

Importance of peacebuilding and conflict resolution 

Importance of peacebuilding and conflict resolution. Even today in the 21st century, humans still cause each other pain and suffering. Reasons can vary, from religious intolerance to exploitation of natural resources. The reasons do not matter. War must never be...

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Learn peace building and conflict resolution skills 

Learn peace building and conflict resolution skills 

Learn peace building and conflict resolution skills. Conflict is a fact of life, and conflict is inevitable. The conflict is not the same fight or argument. It is merely a difference of opinion and an opportunity for growth. Anyone with practical conflict management...

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CCF visits IDPs Douala

Change Care Foundation’s vision is to work with strategic partners to develop and implement programs that create economic opportunity, improve public health, and provide sustainable development and growth and service through provision of relief and essential supplies,...

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Child labor in Africa 

Child labor in Africa 

Causes of child labor in Africa Africa has been reported to have the largest number of child laborers, where numerous kids are forced to work in farms and factories. A lot of parents and guardians have subjected their children into doing hard works, therefore...

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Education in conflict zones 

Education in conflict zones 

Education in conflict zones War or any large scale conflict affects the formal and informal education processes in ways that are more or less obvious. A separation has to be made along the lines of the level of intensity of the particular conflict, keeping in mind...

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Civil unrest and education

Civil unrest and education

The Forgotten Casualty One unintended, and quite sadly overlooked, casualty of war is the education of the youth in a war torn region. Yes it is true that with images of mutilated bodies and videos of firefights in the city streets it is quite easy to overlook this...

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Importance of education in conflict zones 

Importance of education in conflict zones 

importance of education in conflict zones War is a condition of armed disagreement between states, social orders and temporary paramilitary meetings. It is often described as brutality, hostility, dismissal and extraordinary deaths using ordinary or unpredictable...

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Significance of Women Empowerment 

Significance of Women Empowerment 

 Women Empowerment Empowerment is a multidimensional social process that helps individuals and communities gain the required control over their lives. This process primarily supports the right power of the individuals they will use in their own way in their lives,...

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Women empowerment

Women empowerment

Women empowerment Women for a long time have been denied various rights. They have been rated as assistants rather than participants in any endeavor. Despite the fact that things and the trend have changed in the meantime, it has not yet reached the desired level to...

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Four key factors to economic growth and development

Four key factors to economic growth and development

Factors of economic development The developing country is a country with low income per capita income in developed countries. In humanitarian terms, developing countries tend to have poor populations in health care, low literacy skills, inadequate housing, and...

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Economic Development in Africa

Economic Development in Africa

Economic Development in Africa A continent once predominantly associated with abject poverty and widespread civil strife is now embracing rapid economic growth and is garnering world attention while at it. There are several factors of economic development that has...

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International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

International Day in Support of Victims of Torture: UN human rights experts call for justice and rehabilitation GENEVA June 25, 2019 – Victims of torture have a right to redress, including compensation and rehabilitation, the UN anti-torture mechanisms* said today...

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Empower a girl child

Empower a girl child

Empowering girls and young women is not an ‘option’ for modern society — it should have already happened a long time ago. The following are some ways we can all help empower young women and girls to be the best that they can be....

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World Refugee day 2019

World Refugee day 2019

Theme: “Now More Than Ever, We Need to Stand with Refugees” World Refugee Day 2019 is  June 20th. This is an annual event, held on the same date each year, and 2019 is the 19th year of the event, with the ongoing Anglophone crises in the NW and SW Regions of Cameroon,...

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Day of the African Child 2019

Day of the African Child 2019

The 16th of June is International Day of the African Child and Youth. The day has been celebrated annually since 1991 when it was initiated by the Organisation of African Unity, now known as the African Union. It honors young people who were massacred in Soweto, South...

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Child Labor during conflict

Child Labor during conflict

What is Child labor The International Labour Organization (ILO) defines child labor as work that is mentally, physically, socially or morally dangerous and harmful to children; and interferes with their schooling by: depriving them of the opportunity to attend school;...

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Women and Peace building in Cameroon

Women and Peace building in Cameroon

Change Care Foundation workshop on Women and Peacebuilding in Cameroon With the ongoing crises in the NW and SW west Regions of Cameroon, CCF  held a workshop on women in peace-building. The situation in the anglophone regions of Cameroon is becoming increasingly...

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Violence against women in Cameroon

Violence against women in Cameroon

Human Rights The human rights of female children in Cameroon and elsewhere, even when protected on paper, are violated in practice. An equitable and egalitarian world order must be established. Girls are subjected to female infanticide, feticide, lack of social and...

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Internally displaced persons(IDPs)

Internally displaced persons(IDPs)

Change care Foundation reaching out to Internally displaced persons(IDPs)   the  North West and South West Regions of Cameroon The ongoing crisis in the NW and SW Regions  of Cameroon has caused refugee flows into neighboring countries such as Nigeria. According to...

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Good Shepherd Home Cameroon

Good Shepherd Home Cameroon

The Good Shepherd Home for Children is an orphanage located in the foothills of the North West Province in Cameroon, West Africa. It is home to about 150 children run by Catholic Sisters. Change Care Foundation picked Good Shepherd among other orphanages...

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St Blaise Clinic Bamenda

St Blaise Clinic Bamenda

Change care Team Cameroon visited St Blaise Clinic Bamenda on the 2nd of April 2018 and supported Janice a vulnerable teenage mother who gave birth through cesarean section and was discharged 2days ago but could not go home because she could not pay her...

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Change Care Cameroon

Change Care Cameroon

Just like in other communities around the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon, the impact of the ongoing crises is enormous on the economy of the country and worst on the local populations in villages. As a result of this, Change Care Cameroon...

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North West Region of Cameroon

North West Region of Cameroon

A rough assessment during the current crisis in the North West Region of Cameroon so far identifies the following problems that need urgent attention: - shortage of food due to increased consumption as households have increased with Internally Displaced...

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