The Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa has offered to donate free sowing machines to Internally Displaced Persons who are in need in the South West and North West Regions of Cameroon.
Do you know any internally displaced person or GBV survivor with knowledge in tailoring and in need of a sewing machine? CHRDA will be donating free sewing machines to eligible beneficiaries in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon
To continue empowering vulnerable persons in Cameroon, CHRDA is donating some sewing machines to those in need in the North West and South West Regions. The donation is part of our livelihood humanitarian aid. The donation aims at sustaining the livelihood of the beneficiaries. It is also aimed at strengthening life skills and building community development toward achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Opportunity for IDPs: CHRDA to donate free Sewing Machines to eligible IDPs in the NW & SW
Interested applicants must meet the following criteria:
- At least 18 years of age
- Have basic knowledge of sewing
- Be based in North West or South West Regions
- Be an Internally Displaced Peron/Survivor
- Must be ready to empower at least one person
- A written application expressing why CHRDA should donate you a sewing machine
- A photocopy of your identification card/document
- A document to prove you have knowledge in sewing
17 August 2022
Submit your application, through the following email
Interested applicant should submit their files to firstname.lastname@example.org or deposit at CHRDA’s head office at Biaka Street-Bonduma, Buea, South West Region Cameroon on or before the deadline.
The Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA) is an independent and apolitical non-governmental organization. The Centre is a non-profit making organization created purposely for the promotion, protection and respect for human rights and democracy. To achieve these goals, CHRDA complies with national and international laws governing non-governmental organizations and their activities.
Before 2005, CHRDA was known as a committee for the Defence of Human Rights in Cameroon. In 2005, it was renamed the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa. While drawing inspiration from a series of discussions in the University of Notre Dame law school among young, energetic and aspiring students, the founder of CHRDA, Bar. Felix Agbor Nkongho did not only rename the organization on paper but its regional offices were also created in Cameroon, Sierra Leon, and the United States of America.
Our work ranges from human rights monitoring, documenting and reporting humanitarian aid, and provision of pro bono legal aid to victims of human rights violations, free vocational training to the population, advocacy, sensitization, and a host of other activities
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