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Cameroon YES Alumni activities (Youth Bilingualism contest) in Douala February/21/2018

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Écrit par gestionnaire Mardi, 12 Mars 2019 13:39

The YES alumni in Douala organized activities such as game, traditional dances, quiz, karaoke and drawing to celebrate the national youth day this year. The event was held at GBHS Bepanda with the students of grade 11 and 12. Nike Ange Djiade YES'17 introduced his selves and talk about his experience in USA. Evangeline Safeh YES’12 the alumni association President, also introduced her selves and talked about her experience in the USA and she also talked about leadership, she asked some questions about leadership and the students answered. Jalane Maeva Tsague YES’17 also explained how she enjoyed her stay in USA. The event continued with game, traditional dances, quiz, and karaoke and drawing in which several students participated.

 

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Cameroon Interview for YES’17 Finalist January 12, 13/2019

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Écrit par gestionnaire Mardi, 12 Mars 2019 13:33

YES’17 interview in Ngaoundere.

 

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Cameroon Eltis test for YES’17 selected candidates January 05 -2019

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Mise à jour le Mardi, 12 Mars 2019 13:32 Écrit par gestionnaire Mardi, 12 Mars 2019 13:10

The Eltis was organizing in Cameroon (Ngaoundere). This was the second part of the YES’17 selection.

 

 

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International Education Week:Sensitization of the Importance of deaf Sign language in the community of Santa

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Mise à jour le Mercredi, 12 Décembre 2018 16:48 Écrit par gestionnaire Mercredi, 12 Décembre 2018 15:07

In SANTA November 24, 2018

 

The International Education Week (IEW) is usually an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. This year on November 24th, 2018, the CYAA in Bamendaorganised a teaching period on how to communicate with deaf peoples. The event continues with the presentation and importance of the sign language by Collins Tadjon (YES'18). He also teaches some alphabet letters in sign language with the help of an interpreter Mr Penn Gillet. MrWainken Wilson (Deaf teacher), also teach how to count in sign Language. 28 peoples participated and were very embarrassed because many do not how to speak with the deaf peoples. Everybody was happy and ask the YES alumni to organize another section for them to learn more in sign Language. They had a word of encouragement from ABIE Ebenezer a deaf student from the Buea School for the deaf.

 

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Cameroon YES Alumni Activity: Sensitization: Ending Violence against Women and Girls (EVAW) inBUEA September 07th and 15th, 2018

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Mise à jour le Mercredi, 17 Octobre 2018 13:50 Écrit par gestionnaire Mercredi, 17 Octobre 2018 13:45

 

YES alumni and volunteers walked from house to house, shops to shops to  educate the public on the harm girls and women are subjected to. Posters were handed out on the field; some were posted on electric polls and walls. They focused on the violence done against women and girls.

 

   

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