Registered Organization

in Cameroon

Number 1 in

Women Empowerment

Registered Charity

in Cameroon

  • Buea, Chief Street Bomaka, South West Region of Cameroon
  • (+237) 674662893

Registered Organization

in Cameroon

Number 1 in

Women Empowerment

Registered Charity

in Cameroon

Stop Early Marriage

Stop Early Marriage

It is a practice that impacts negatively on its victims, ranging from curtailed education to health risk and related problems.

Bridgers Association Cameroon with its multi dimensional staff looks forward to having the necessary support and funding in other to carry out and implements a series of projects aimed at curbing or minimizing the occurrence of this phenomena as child marriage is, and remain a big problem in Cameroon.

One of our staff (AZAH Jackline CHEY; Managing Director) worked on this area of the law in her Masters Degree (LL.M) Research Dissertation which was titled: “The Justice System and Early Child Marriage in Cameroon.”

And she identified many projects which are to be realised by Bridgers Association Cameroon in the area child marriage prevention as well as rehabilitating the victims of this barbaric slavery in the name of marriage which have many negative consequences than meets the eye.

Girls Daring Technology

While some think that some fields of studies and work are for men, we at Bridgers Association Cameroon categorically challenge this school of thought. That’s why we hold firmly and support young girls and women in the field of TECHNOLOGY.

Through our Advocacy Center Against Child Marriage (ACAChiMa), we Harness and Valorize Potentials in Female Folks Towards Poverty Alleviation;

We Instill the Spirit of Self Determination and Confidence in Girls and Women by Encouraging Hard Work for Sustainable Development.

We are planning and sourcing funding to set up a computer Center wherein this young girls and women especially the less privilege will be the beneficiaries of computer knowledge free of charge.

‘We believe that Education is power as such, it is the first step to poverty alleviation.’

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