Chief Justice Ayah Paul Abine remains the only Cameroon that has stood in ground against injustice in Cameroon. The Attorney general was arrested along side on the prominent layers and teachers, detainedand later release have through his foundation, THE AYAH FOUNDATION remain the only organization that is taking great care of the Cameroonian refugees both in Nigeria and the internally displaced persons in Cameroon.
Thought forcefully retired he through his young dynamic son Ayah Ayah Abine have dedicated their lives, their fortune, their time and energy in sErving the oppressed. The Ayah Foundation provides food, shelter, clothings, medical assistance and many more to the Cameroonian in varied conditions or if you are a medical doctor, contact the Ayah Foundation and volunteer in consulting the oppress.
The question, how long will the Ayah Foundation sustain the increasing needs of the people. Are you sleeping in a comfortable bed? Do you have enough food to eat? Do you walk freely in yoyo street? If your answer to any of these questions if not all is yes, know that there are people out there who are lashing their teeth. Spare you old dresses, excess food, buy and tent or even support the Ayah foundation financially.
Visit them on http://www.ayahfoundation.org or email : firstname.lastname@example.org
You can still reach them on phone using 00237671177111 or 00237693939559
We as humans have become dependent on luxuries such as cars, houses, and even our cell phones. But what does our love for manufactured metallic and plastic goods do to the environment? Human activity can be directly attributed to the cause of hundreds of extinctions in the last two centuries, versus the millions of years that extinctions naturally occur. As we progress through the 21st century, humans have changed the world in unprecedented ways. Human impact on the environment has become one of the main topics for university staff all over the world. While they search for the answer, the public needs to do its part. At least, you need to be aware of all the factors that contribute to this state and share the knowledge. Here are 10 ways that humans have impacted the environment, and what that could mean for the future. 1. Overpopulation Survival used to mean repopulating. That, however, is quickly becoming true for the opposite as we reach the maximum carrying capaci
Addis Ababa, February 9, 2019 . Problems of African countries are arriving in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to take part in the 32nd ordinary session of the African Union (AU) Summit. The summit will take place 10-11 February at the AU headquarters under the theme “The Year of Refugees, Returnees, and Internally Displaced Persons: Towards Durable Solutions to Forced Displacement in Africa”. Rwanda’s Problem and current Chair of AU, Paul Kagame, arrived in Addis Ababa today. Problems of Zimbabwe, Chad and Niger Emmerson Mnangagwa, Idriss Déby and Mahamadou Issoufou, respectively, arrived in the Ethiopian capital yesterday. Many other African problems are expected to arrive on Monday. MUH PLAVIOUS KIENYUI NAYD, CAMEROON
Child brides are more likely to be poor and to remain poor. Where poverty is acute, giving a daughter in marriage allows parents to reduce their expenses: one less person to feed, clothe and educate. In communities where economic transactions are integral to the marriage process, a dowry or “bride price” is often welcome income for poor families. Families sometimes marry their daughters at a younger age to avoid more expensive dowries which the marriage of older girls often demands. CHILD MARRIAGE TRAPS GIRLS AND THEIR FAMILIES IN A CYCLE OF POVERTY Girls who marry young are less likely to receive the education they need to live a healthy and empowered life. Without an education, they are less able to earn an income to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. In many communities, economic opportunities are severely limited, especially for girls and women. Families therefore see little value in educating their daughters and instead marry them off to fulfil the role of a