Voices of Youth in Cameroon for Peace (VOYCE) aims to prevent the radicalisation of youth and supports those who have to de-radicalise in the Northwest and Southwest of the country, which are most hit by the Anglophone crisis.
The National Peace Education Campaign launching at Douala, the third phase in a national effort, included participants from civil society, teachers, students, bankers, and pastors from different denominations. The meeting was organized by ROHI Foundation, Cameroon Peace Foundation Association, and the Global Campaign for Peace Education.
With the backdrop of increasing violence, a forum was held to discuss possible ways of carrying out peace education in different communities across Cameroon. Attended by members of civil society organizations, teachers, students, and Pastors from different denominations, the meeting was the 2nd phase of a campaign launched in Buea to sensitize the public on peace education.
Rohi Foundation-Euphrates Cameroon Chapter, Cameroon Peace Foundation Association, with the support of the Global Campaign for Peace Education, is launching the 2nd phase of a National Campaign for Peace Education in Bamenda, Cameroon on April 25, 2019.
Cameroon Peace Foundation Association, with the support of the Global Campaign for Peace Education, is launching a National Campaign for Peace Education in Cameroon on February 28. The purpose of this campaign is to raise awareness about the possibilities and strategies to a return to peace in a divided Cameroon.
In 2016, Jesuit Refugee Service implemented a project that promotes access to quality primary education for refugee children aged 6-13 in the villages in Eastern Cameroon of Boubara and Kadey. The program helps promote peaceful coexistence between the host community and the refugees through a reading course, focused on peace education, rights of children, and inter-religious dialogue.