ADVENTIST YOUTH DISTRICT YAOUNDE 2
The main objective of this NGO is to ameliorate the social situation of the girl child in Cameroon.
To accomplish its goal this organization organizes free technical training in sewing other programs owing to the fact that they focus mainly on urban areas.
This training is aimed inserting these young girls in to the socio- professional life and utilizing this as an instrument to fight poverty.
Post Box 4030 Yaoundé, Cameroon
Tel: + (237) 220 43 01
Head Office: Melen (Former Biscuterie)
Website: under construction
Director: Alexis OVONO
CRAT (Center for Rehabilitation and Abolition of Trauma)
This NGO deals with victims of torture, inmates, individuals who had or do suffer from some from mental health related issues.
They do organize training seminars during which they train psychosocial counselors who do operate in the community, organize conferences and exchange visits. They carryout programs at various prisons facilities, encourage community education, organize programs in schools, do advocacy work, and organize outreach programs.
P.O. Box 30198 Biyem Assi, Yaoundé, Cameroon.
Head Office Physical Address: YAOUNDE
Location: Nouvelle Route Bastos,
1705 street No 606 Yaoundé
100M behind the United Nations Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Central Africa.
Phone/ Fax: + (237) 22 20 24 99
Web Site: http://www.cratcameroon.org
Chairman: Sir/Prof/Dr Daniel Noni Lantum
Global Conscience Initiative (GCI)
This organization aims for a peaceful world through the protection and promotion of human rights, democracy, governance, social justice and the rule of law.
This NGO carries out counseling, consultancies, provide legal assistance, education and training, information service, research and advocacy and assist in public litigation.
1st floor, Storey Building Opp. High Court,
Krammer Ave. Kumba
South West Province Cameroon.
Tel: + (237) 767 25 08
Fax: + (237) 335 40 09
Web Site: http://www.gcicameroon.org
Chief Executive Office: Churchill Chifu Samba
Humanitarian Action throughout Africa in Cameroon (in French as AHAC)
Protection and defense of refugees and vulnerable persons in Cameroon (an estimated 1000 individuals within 2 years from various communities including unaccompanied children and child soldiers).
Fight against HIV/AIDS (information at Red Cross centers, parishes, and in the neighborhoods of Yaoundé)
Participation at reflection meetings on freedom of speech, freedom of press and of exiled journalists and independents.
A.H.A.C Post Box 4059 Yaoundé, Cameroon.
Phone: + (237) 943 15 31
Fax: + (237) 223 97 05
Website: under construction.
President: Mr. Matuka Mango Junior Nestor.
National Federation of Labor Unions of Collectivities of Decentralized Territories in Cameroon (in French as FENTEDCAM)
Reinforcement of Capacity, defense and protection of workers’ rights, creation of socio- economic and cultural activities to profit workers.
This organization through its professional action exerts pressure on various decisions aimed at creating a model of development which renders justice to the worker, collectivities and the poor. This organization organizes seminars and workshops since 1999 throughout the Cameroonian territory for the benefit of workers.
They carry out advocacy at the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Decentralization and the Presidency of the Republic to consider the civil society during the implementation of decentralization. This is done through written recommendations, meetings and working sessions.
B.P. 400 Yaoundé, Cameroun
Phone: + (237) 981 53 81
Fax: + (237) 220 52 30
Site Internet:( en construction)
Federal President : Monsieur Njifon Philippe
Non- Tribalism and Non- Racism for Education and Welfare Association (in French as ANTRPEBE)
For a world, a Cameroon without borders, without tribes, and without discrimination whatsoever. This organization has as primary goal the fight against tribalism, racism, poverty, lets fight for education and welfare for all, lets fight to stop HIV/AIDS.
- Sensitization of the population on the ills of tribalism and of HIV/AIDS.
- Organization of conferences on tribalism; poverty; HIV/AIDS; Racism; the development of education in rural areas, illiteracy, and under education.
- Organize seminars financed by the American Embassy in Cameroon aimed at training Human Rights trainers.
P.O Box: 8340 Yaoundé Cameroon
Phone: + (237) 920 24 07
Head office: Yaoundé – Cameroon
Website: www.antrpede.com (under construction)
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National President: Nganwo NJ. Noel Octave.
Volunteer for Prison Inmates (VIP) Cameroon
The goals of this human rights organization is to curb the number of human right violations in prisons and detention facilities by reason of fairer disciplinary and administrative procedures, greatest access to justice and heightened awareness of basic rights.
This organization offers paralegal assistance to inmates; they organize focused group discussions, conferences, seminars and workshops. They further do research work and publications, offer free medical assistance to inmates, distribute rights information to prisoners, organize training programs, collect and distribute second handed items to prisoners, and carryout prison evangelism.
Volunteer for Prison Inmates (VPI) Cameroon
P.O Box 626 kumba, South West Region.[sic], Republic of Cameroon.
Tel: + (237) 753 66 82/ 335 46 94
Fax: + (237) 335 40 09
Chairperson: Mr. Hon. Motasse David Ngoh, Former Vice Speaker of National Assembly.
Progressive Initiative for Cameroon (PICAM)
To improve and safeguard the human dignity of everyone through the promotion and support of the principles of human rights, democracy, peace building, development, and humanitarian assistance.
This organization promotes the respect for human rights and peace building initiatives, it emphasizes the correlation between peace and stability and the concept of human rights and democracy. It encourages human capacity building, community empowerment and self-sufficiency projects. This organization encourages the spirit of volunteering, and provides humanitarian aid through relief to the poor, distressed and underprivileged. It organizes educational activities to further enhance the understanding of its programs.
P.O Box 631 Kumba
South West Province, Cameroon
6229 Springhill Court, #302
Greenbelt, MD 20770
United States of America
Tel: (1) 301 222 3004
Fax: (1) 240 595 6203
Web Site: http://www.picam.org
Executive Director: Mr. Eric Ngonji Njungwe
THE FOMUNYOH FOUNDATION
This is a nongovernmental human rights organization supports charitable causes and assist individuals and movements working for democracy and human rights in the Republic of Cameroon.
The Foundation Radio
Mile 6, Ngongham
P.O Box 5143 Nkwen Bamenda, Cameroon
Tel: + (237) 748 73232
The Fomunyoh Foundation
C/o Dr. Chris Fomunyoh
2030 M Street, NW, Suite 500
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202 390 2004
Fax: 703 764 8099
Web site: http://www.tffcam.org
President: Dr. Chris Fomunyoh
UNITED ACTION FOR CHILDREN (UAC)
This organization has as prime objective the development of a caring society for children in particular and young people in general.
The organization carries out activities such as the creation of schools, vocational training, enabling people to be more versed with on growing technologies by organizing computer training programs, and it also carries out livelihood projects.
P.O Box 177 Muyuka,
South West Province, Cameroon.
Phone: + (237) 772 04 18
Fax: + (237) 332 27 69
Web site: http://www.unitedactionforchildren.org
Project Coordinator: Mr. Orock Thomas Eyong
Done By: Nzo N.N. Mungu