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Our Projects!

 

Climate Change workshop in Kumba

Climate Change workshop in Kumba

We carried out a training workshop in Kumba (22 - 24 February 2010) on techniques of producing programs on Climate Change for Community Radio Broadcasters from the West and South West Regions of Cameroon. The workshop was funded by the Government of the United Kingdom through the British High Commission in Cameroon. A similar training was conducted a month before in Garoua for broadcaster in te semi desert regions of Northern Cameroon

 


 

A food security and beekeeping project project

A food security and beekeeping project project

In November 2014, A food security and beekeeping project, funded by Anike Foundation USA

 


 

Youth Click For Peace Project

Youth Click For Peace Project

Youth Click for Peace (YCP) is a project which with a click opens a new window to new social platforms, and lands the youth on content that promotes peace, tolerance and peaceful living together. In fact, media content, and social media content in particular on the armed conflict in Anglophone North West (NW) and South West (SW) regions, is generally violent and extremist with lots of fake news, disinformation and hate language. It is content with images of horror killings, homes and villages reduced to ashes. This violent content can generate more anger and desperation among displaced Anglophone youth, radicalize and even incite them into more violence or even into joining armed militia groups back in their regions of origin. This project provides contrary content. In the next 12 months it will provide non-aggressive and peace-promoting content intended to generate momentum for dialogue and emergence of positive attitudes among the displaced youth, the Anglophone and their host communities as basis for the growth of a culture of peace.

To achieve this objective, Change Communications will build the knowledge and skills of 200 young people, 20 community radio journalists in peace promotion at the community level. A series of training workshops will be organized for them on how to make a symbiotic use of social media and community radio to promote the values of tolerance and peaceful living-together.

 


 

Climate Change on Air Project:Training of community radio journalists on climate change reporting in the North West Region of Cameroon

Climate change concepts are generally not easy to explain. This is why one of the trainers, Prof Njilah Isaac, resorted to the use of abundant visuals/photos of climate change realities in Northern Cameroon, now a semi-desert, and then in the North West Region (project site) which is fast becoming a semi-desert area as well.

The naked realities of climate change in photos below:

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Climate Change in Northern Cameroon

Climate Change Issues in State Development

NW Region of Cameroon, Landscapes, People and Climate Change

Story of training in photos