eBASE Africa partners with MINPROFF to Improve the Lives of Vulnerable Groups in Cameroon,
eBASE Africa and the Ministry of Women's Empowerment and the Family (MINPROFF) have signed a three-year renewable agreement to uplift the lives of women and vulnerable groups in Cameroon. The partnership seeks to support income-generating activities, capacity building, women's cooperatives, and knowledge mobilization activities such as storytelling. It also aims to ensure that women can safely and fairly engage in everyday activities, contributing to family protection.
The signing ceremony was momentous as both organizations pledged to work together to promote women's empowerment and children's rights. The Minister of Women's Empowerment and the Family, H.E. Abena Ondoa nee Marie Therese, highly appreciated eBASE Africa's efforts in uplifting the lives of women and girls. She emphasized the significance of partnerships among stakeholders to further advance the cause of women's empowerment and family welfare.
This partnership is a significant step towards enhancing livelihoods and improving the lives of vulnerable groups in Cameroon. By combining resources and expertise, eBASE Africa and MINPROFF aim to empower women and girls nationwide and create new economic growth and development opportunities. They are excited about the possibilities and look forward to working together to achieve their shared goals.