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Women /sexual rights activist. blogger for http://zofem.blogspot.com

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Disability is not inability; says one woman with visual impairment

Posted on January 17, 2013 at 3:02pm 0 Comments

I lost my sight when I was one year six months old," said Ms. Wirba Amshatu Verbe, currently a transformative leader, mentor and education trainer at the Government Teachers Training College (GTTC), Buea. For over 30 thirty years now, Ms. Amshatu does not know what an ordinary print paper, notebook…

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One woman's dream: Hairdresser in Cameroon challenges status quo

Posted on March 19, 2012 at 2:05pm 0 Comments

Hailing from a humble background, Ms. Josephine Mbasso Ezoy has always been passionate about education. But early in life the chapter closed: at 14, she lost her father, and she was given for marriage.

With her basic education, Ms. Ezoy thought she would find solace in marriage, and maybe pursue her studies further. Unfortunately she was wrong. After more than eight years in an abusive marriage, she finally separated from her husband in 1999.

Although many years…

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Rural women find empowerment through finance

Posted on March 19, 2012 at 1:59pm 0 Comments

Long before Cameroon’s independence and the creation of women’s NGOs and microfinance institutions, grassroots women realized the need to empower themselves through local means.

Known as ‘ngangis’ or ‘tontines’ (women-owned spaces), they have existed for centuries. To date, ngangis remain one of the most active and oldest forms of rotating micro savings programs for many people--grassroots women in particular.

Through these ngangis, women have sought better opportunities to…

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At 3:34am on August 10, 2013, Esmeralda said…

so sorry i just saw your msg now!!! i shall connect with you via twitter, i don't come here very often anymore. Congratulations on the award

At 2:48pm on February 27, 2013, Esmeralda said…

Done :)

At 6:02pm on September 8, 2011, Esmeralda said…
Hey sister, thank you so much for your gift! My first one!!
At 5:53am on September 8, 2011, Esmeralda said…
OM goodness, I was wondering what you were talking about, being new to this blogosphere!!! lol... yep, will check it out!!! Have a good day x

At 6:09pm on September 4, 2011, Esmeralda said…
Thanks for following me Zoe x
At 11:20am on August 30, 2011, Caffeinated OC Mommy said…
Hello Zoe Darling, I guess I missed the race!  I hope you got 1st place... Cups Up!  xoxo
At 1:25am on August 29, 2011, May may said…
Glad to hear that you succeeded ZoFem. One more thing you have to go back to your blogger settings and reset your profile settings. Is not open in your profile in that way other bloggers will find it very difficult in following you. All the best and have a great week.
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