Community Outreaches
After a community meeting about the services of RuWCED's counselling centers
Community learning and exchange
Community exchange and learning with women from indigenous communities
GBV during COVID-19
Reflecting on girls' right to education and their VAWG related challenges in times of COVID-19 and conflicts
Discussing girls' right to education
Community exchange on girls' right to education
We Are Making a Difference
RuWCED's youths during National Youth Day 2015
Reproductive Health Talk
Sensitizing secondary school students on HIV/AIDS
Trained peer educators ready for HIV/AIDS Sensitization and prevention
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Celebrating 2016 National youth day in Ndop-Cameroon
Youths are the strength of our rural communities. RuWCED's team made the difference
Sexual and Reproductive Health Education
Reaching out to secondary school students during an HIV/AID-sexual and reproductive health education outreach
Mama Rural
A task she carries, a responsibility she bears a wife to a husband, and a mother to children, the hidden treasure from despised eyes!
Getting the community involved
Community leaders, parents, teachers and primary school pupils during our Education talks campaign
Sport, a healthy lifestyle!
Doing sports helps our women stay in shape!
Girl Child Education
Presenting school materials to some of our rural girls
Engaging Communities
Connecting Youths
Women's Day 2015
Reaching Out to the Youths
RuWCED's Sport for Health Session
Staff and pupils exercising after health talks
RuWCED's 2014/2015 IT graduating students
We are happy to have young dynamic girls graduating with computer diplomas from our training center
Our Youths performing for the community
Craft-work, drama, singing , as well as dancing is part of our recreational activities
Serving our Communities through Creative Sewing
RuWCED's Community Computer Training Center
Encouraging girls to get involved in Information Tecnology
Adolescent SRH
Reaching out to young boys and girls in our community

World Wetlands Day (WWD) is commemorated annually on the 2nd of February to raise global awareness about the high importance of wetlands for people and our planet. While talking about RuWCED’s Agro-Ecology project on CRTV (state national radio station) Bamenda recently, the public was educated on the importance of wetlands, causes of wetland loss and the negative impacts of wetland loss.

Lovees, one of Projects Coordinators of RuWCED was present in the studio with Mr. Agbor Ebai, the Chief of Service for Information, Sensitisation, and Documentation at the government Regional Delegation of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development. According to them, wetlands are areas permanently or temporally saturated with water which could include swamps, peatlands, flood plains, lakes, rivers, coastal lands, springs, streams and catchment areas. They stressed on the fact that we use more water than nature can replenish. Thus, to reduce water crisis, which is alarming in the world today, wetlands must be restored and activities causing their loss must be stopped both locally and globally. They highlighted urbanisation, population growth, poor waste management, poor agricultural practices and over exploitation of aquatic resources as some of the activities endangering wetland loss.

They emphasised on the importance of preserving wetlands as it stores most of our fresh clean water, provides food to the world’s population, provides nature a home, and provides protection from floods and storms with each acre of wetland absorbing up to 1.5 million gallons of floodwater and also regulating the climate. It was mentioned that this information is very important for the population of the North West region of Cameroon at large, and especially to our rural communities where agriculture is the main activity of the rural population. More so, it was important to get this information to the population so that they are conscious and can start taking necessary measures.

The theme for this year’s commemoration was “Wetlands and Water.” On this day, we equally commemorate the signing of the Ramsar convention on Wetlands in the Iranian City of Ramsar in 1971.