The first batch of the girls club made up of 25 girls, graduated recently at the branch office of RuWCED in Bamenda.
The Rural Women Center for Education and Development (RuWCED) held another meeting with Persons Living with Disabilities (PLWDs) to equip them with knowledge on their
RuWCED proceeded with some activities; providing hand washing buckets and soaps for people in the community. We placed these buckets in different places; at the market entrance, park, checkpoints etc, to encourage hand washing.
During series of seminars organized from November 13 to 15, RuWCED equipped medical doctors, nurses, peer educators, journalists, school counsellors and religious youth leaders
In another two-day free campaign and consultation for cervical and breast cancer as well as free screening for HIV/AIDS.
Some RuWCED staff participated in a three-day training workshop of Community Health Workers (CHWs) on self-administration of Sayana Press, which took place recently in Mbouda, West Region of Cameroon.
Prior to the commemoration of World Children’s Day, RuWCED and partners mobilised close to 200 children in Bamenda, on November 17, 2019.
A two-day outreach and free consultation of cervical and breast cancer was organized and carried out by the Rural Women Center For Education And Development (RuWCED) at the Ndop District Hospital on the 9th and 10th of September 2019.