“I did not choose the wrong battle to fight. I’m fighting for the good of my country—for a better Cameroon, for a better Africa, and for a better world.”
Over the past few years Cameroon has been thrust into a state of conflict, with 500,000 people displaced and 3,000 people killed. Berkelle Kenfack, leader of Project Management at Young WILPF Cameroon, has been dealing with the human rights crisis on the ground. In conflict situations women and children are hit the hardest. Berkelle is part of an extraordinary team leading the way for lasting peace. Get the full story below.
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During the last presidential election, Berkelle actively participated in WILPF‘s Early Warning Centre project to support peaceful elections in the country.
Earlier this year Berkelle attended Claiming Our Space: Emerging Feminist Voices for Peace—our summit co-hosted by Nobel peace laureate, Leymah Gbowee, and the Gbowee Peace Foundation Africa!