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Impact of Early Marriage :Sexuality and Domestic Violence

Impact of Early Marriage :Sexuality and Domestic Violence

UNICEF defines child marriage as “a formal marriage or union before 18 years of age.” While the legal age limit for boys and girls in Cameroon and some countries in Africa are 21 and 18 years respectively, there are many parts of the world where early marriages take place. Traditionally the culture of early marriages […]

Rising Above Tribal Definitions

Rising Above Tribal Definitions

It is disturbing that in the 21st century, tribalism still find expression in the continent. One would have hoped that this archaic practice would have completely vanished because  Kkjjit has never assisted in the development of the continent. Africans must know that there is nothing wrong with knowing our tribes and understanding where they originate […]

PCC Celebrates Global Week of Prayer and the Prison Ministry

PCC Celebrates Global Week of Prayer and the Prison Ministry

Activities marking the weeklong celebration of the sixth global week of prayer for the prison and the prison ministry on the theme, “Stand in the Light,” took place at the Bamenda Central Prisons. Bringing the week to a close was the Presbyterial Secretary for Mezam, the Rev Talikong Amos Nfor called on the prison inmates […]

The Women Labour Force And Its Role In Globalization

The Women Labour Force And Its Role In Globalization

  How far is the process of equality among genders in the working world advanced? Are women really equally treated when it comes to wages and working chances? Is the employment situation for women really fair or are there obstacles making it harder for women to enter the labour work force? How hard is for […]

Effects of Depression in Women (1)

Effects of Depression in Women (1)

  Depression is not "one size fits all," particularly when it comes to the genders. Not only are women more prone to depression than men, but the causes of female depression and even the pattern of symptoms are often different. Many factors contribute to the unique picture of depression in women—from reproductive hormones to social […]

Women and Occupational Health

Women and Occupational Health

  Identifying issues and problems in the occupational health of women remains a challenge. Much of women's work remains unrecognized, uncounted and unpaid: work in the home, in agriculture, food production and the marketing of home-made products, for example. Within the paid labour force, women are disproportionately concentrated in the informal sector, beyond the scope […]

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