PROJECT: granted fund to FIDA Cameroon for the production of a publication on the situation of women in crisis and conflict using the particular case and conflict using the particular case of the Bali-Bawock conflict.
The grant funds were used for travelling from Limbe to Bawock village, conducting interviews, production of video CDS and printing and publication of documentation“theBawock woman after the crisis”
PROJECT: programme for increasing women participation. 100 women mayors were trained and 50 women parliamentarian (empowering women for political office 2007).
PROJECT: convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women.
PROJECT: funded project seminar/workshop for magistrates and judges of the Anglophone section of the country on gender awareness
PROJECT: Training of Muslim women paralegals
PROJECT: project on Civic education of the woman in the south west region (kumba)
Through the OSIWA supported legal aid clinic project, FIDA has been able to establish functional legal aid clinics in Limbe and kumba, where legal assistance in the form of information dissemination and counseling has been offered to more than 1500 disfavoured women. One key group was the muslim women who have been having access to such important services.
The project has also facilitated the placement of 250 women
PROJECT: project on legal and economic empowerment of the Muslim women in Cameroon
PROJECT: Training of paralegals
The funded FIDA to train paralegals and two paralegal units were installed, one in the North West and another in the South West.
Through the project on training of paralegals supported by the gender development fund of the Canadian Cooperation in Cameroon, FIDA has been able to train and placed 38 paralegals from 32 areas within the North West region (NWR) AND South West Region (SWR) of Cameroon.
Through the above project, 2 paralegal aid clinics operated by the trained paralegals have been created in Tombel in the SWR and Wum in the NWR. These are serving both the rural and urban sectors.