Bridgers Association Cameroon

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When grassroots women get involved and speak out about what their problems are, the solutions are bound to come out without stress. Bridgers gets them on board, we let them prioritize their needs and the challenges faced. This is need based assessment!

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Human Rights & Citizenship

Human Rights and Citizenship are central notions on the advancement of every society, that’s why in women empowerment we incorporate these notions. 
In order to achieve gender equality we use Human Rights notions to restore the rights of women who suffer diverse forms of violence and abuses as such we organize workshops  and …


Our Mission 

To Empower Women/Girls Through Advocacy so as to Attain Gender equality.
This  presupposes that we  are Nurturing women’s Self-Esteem to Realize their Full Potentials and by so doing, we help minimize gender based violence (GBV). This is in line with SDG’s 5 and 10 on gender equality and reduced

Support IDPs in Cameroon

Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Cameroon face many challenges. IDPs  are spread in many parts of Cameroon today as a result of the ongoing Anglophone crisis in Cameroon which has seen people in their thousands unwillingly leave their places of habitual residence to other towns and cities for safety.
Bridgers  as part of its humanitarian and solidarity principle has been identifying … 


Gender equality is first and foremost a fundamental human right. But it is also an
essential means for sustainable development and poverty eradication. Progress on
gender equality fuels progress across our entire agenda – from inclusive human
development to good governance to durable peace. Achieving gender equality requires
the engagement of women and men, girls and boys. It is everyone’s responsibility.
(Ban Ki-Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, March 2014)

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