WFAC Cameroon launches new magazine

The first edition of the WFAC Magazine is now available.

The magazine features powerful stories that touch on issues of power struggles, gender, injustice, women breaking barriers and challenging the status quo around maleness and femininities.

“In this edition, you will learn and appreciate the indomitable power of women and girls in fostering community good”, says Ms. Zoneziwoh Mbondgulo-Wondieh, Wfac founder and Executive Director.
“It is our hope that these stories inspire all – to serve as champions for a gender just society.”

Beside the award winning stories, this edition include inspiring illustrations by a 10-year-old college boy with hearing impairment, stories of cross boarder solidarity and feminist activisms.

E-copies are available by sending an email to wfacbuea@ymail.com.

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