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Ntankah CIG
Ntankah is a women led grassroots organization with the mission to improve the socioeconomic conditions of its members and the community at large.
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Ntankah CIG Oct 31
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Ntankah CIG Oct 30
Our participants are keen in understanding how to classify garden crops during the small market gardening training.
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Ntankah CIG Oct 30
Through training workshops, Ntankah CIG hopes to build resilient communities to foster social cohesion among IDPs in the Mankon community.
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Ntankah CIG Jul 18
We are getting ready for this in a grand style
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Ntankah CIG Jul 3
Ntankah continues in their Theme which promotes the culture. Albinism is beautiful
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Ntankah CIG Jun 13
Ntankah VWCIG has in every way this day cheered to Inclusion and growth. People with Albinism and most especially our girls had a lot to share
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Ntankah CIG Jun 12
We are closing down the streets of bafoussam with our inclusive walk this morning. We are celebrating our uniqueness in diversity.
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Ntankah CIG Jun 11
invited us to talk on our work with women and girls with Albinism. Debunking myths together
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Ntankah CIG Jun 11
Today marks the beginning of our activities for the . Girls and women with Albinism are on the move to eradicate stigma.
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Ntankah CIG Jun 4
Sex with a woman with albinism is thought to cure AIDS. This year Ntankah VWCIG in our Bridging Albino Gaps In Sexual and Reproductive Health project is up to say NO to All forms of violence against Women & girls with Albinism.
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Ntankah CIG Jun 3
From the go, people were made to believe that albinism was a curse. Well, this year, Ntankah VWCIGwill be standing tall to bridge these gaps and misconceptions to Albino rights, especially SRHR
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Ntankah CIG Jun 2
DID YOU KNOW? Albinism is a genetic condition that is caused by a recessive gene carried by both of a person's parents. This leads to low melanin for the hair, skin and eyes. Albinism is normal. Now you know.Together we
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Ntankah CIG Jun 1
As we mark International Albinism Awareness Day (AAD2019) on June 13th, Ntankah Village Women CIG Group launches a campaign 2day, aimed at reflecting on terrible myths and stereotypes about people with albinism and how end it
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