The organisation promotes, protects and advances young people’s sexual reproductive health rights, by building leadership and strengthening initiatives and activities to enjoy a happy relationship, equitable and healthy life that contribute to the development of just community. Founded in July 2007 as a Common Initiative Group and registered in November 2014 as an association under the Cameroonian law.
Missions and Objectives
Our Vision : To improve sexual and reproductive health rights for adolescent girls and young women in Cameroon through a cohesive program of empowerment, advocacy, creative activism, research and development.
Our Mission A community in which reproductive and health rights are recognised for all.
- Our goal is to improve knowledge and understanding of Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights among young people.
- Our AIM to empower young people with the knowledge and skills on Reproductive Health and Rights to enhance their health rewarding behaviours as well as safety.
Our Values; Non-discrimination, Accountability, Equal opportunity, Practical approach and Teamwork
We organised training for Abortion service providers to provide medical abortion services to clients with a high degree of professionalism and also engaging and disseminating/sharing medical abortion knowledge and skills among other service providers respecting the WHO guildlines. We train adolescent girls and young women on self-managed abortion with pills to de-stigmatise and also change the social landscape.
We have an established hotline platform (Aunty Queen) for information and referrals. This platform integrates SMS and calls with clients with a focus on the provision of information related to self-managed abortion with pills availability and other online information on sexual reproductive health and rights with a high proficiency of confidentiality.
We run a girl’s mentorship peer education program to develop more persuasive life skills and encourages informed decision-making about safe abortion, access to contraceptives, addressing mental health issues that continue to grow in importance with adolescent girls and young women.
We run a Life skills Program is an in-school and community program that engages young people as peer educators to work with schools in rural and urban communities in the region. The program addresses the Reproductive Health Needs and Rights of Young People and learning opportunities and also the program is designed to increase young people’s knowledge of primary health and hygiene education, supporting their transition into formal education and developing Life Skills that are complementary to educate them on sexuality, reproductive health, safe abortion and sexual orientation.
- African Women Development Fund (AWDF)
- HER VOICE FUND
- Presse Juene development
- Generation Initiative for Women and Youth Network (GIWYN)
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