We had the zoom webinar on Importance of Dignified Menstruation in Cameroon with Adah Mbah Muyang.
Adah Mbah Muyang is an educationist, human rights activist. She is a dedicated humanitarian, a feminist and community developer with fifteen years of experience in women and girl’s sexual reproductive health and community development. She is also dynamic and the Executive Director of Mother of Hope Cameroon (MOHCAM), a non-governmental organization advocating for the women and youths rights, sexual Reproductive health rights, and fights against gender based violence in schools and communities. She is a graduate from at the International Relations Institute of Cameroon (IRIC) where she obtained a masters in humanitarian and developmental studies. She is a Global Change Leader and Fellow form the Coady Institute, Canada and the International Leaders Program (ILP) from the UK. She is a member of the Women Mediators across the Commonwealth (WMC). She is also a member of the MASHAV Alumni-Israel, where she was trained as an expert on violence against women and children, She is also an Equitas Alumni -Canada where she has been trained as a human rights educator.