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Observing World sexual and Reproductive Awareness Day in PSS Mankon/Bafut.

Friday the 12th of February was World Sexual and Reproductive Health awareness day and to celebrate that day, LUKMEF  decided to carry out sensitizations in two secondary/high schools in Bamenda with focus on MHM/ SRHR. We sensitized
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SUMMARY OF LUKMEF PROJECTS

Below is a summary of some recent projects piloted by LUKMEF Cameroon. Displacement Tracking Matrix Funded by:
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Community Engagement Strategies in Reducing GBV

This project is within the framework dupe: “Life-saving GBV / sexual reproductive health rights intervention for
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The Power Of Breaking The Silence

Cameroon, just like other  third world African countries, faces many poverty related issues. According to the 2016 World
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LUKMEF Cameroon commemorates World Wildlife Day ...

The current trends of coastal and marine resource depletion in Cameroon remain worrying in recent times as a result,
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CSO National Forum in Cameroon

Within the context to eradicate violence against Women and Girls throughout Cameroon, a first national civil society
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LUKMEF Gives Aid To GBV Survivors

Wednesday, 24 July 2019, LUKMEF distributed 125 dignity kits to 75 IDPs and 50 vulnerable female Mbororo women and girls
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Zero Tolerance for (FGM)

In 2003, The International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation was introduced; it is a United
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Defending Female Human Rights Defenders

More than 25 Human Rights activist received training on how to defend themselves and their peers in conflict areas and
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Building Violent Free Communities

50 years down the lane women and girls still suffer violence in Cameroon; LUKMEF during its community sensitization