Supporting women to overcome gender bias which presents a major obstacle towards achieving sustainable development
Assisting the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and refugees
Reinstating youths as well as integrating them into the functional economy through activities in the domain of education, agriculture, business etc.
To provide more than 1 million individuals with opportunities for full and effective participation/inclusion in society and access to all services
CAWI is a membership, non-political and non-profit organization created in 2010 by ERuDeF as a specialized unit. CAWI was initiated to support women’s initiatives and to address issues affecting women, girls and youths.
CAWI seeks to mainstream to women and girls and other gender dimensions in to the environmental, developmental and human rights programmes in cameroon.
We empower women, youths, girls and aged via institutional strengthening, economic literacy, empowerment and education.
We mitigate the impact of crisis on internally displaced (IDP's) persons and refugees in Cameroon towards rebuilding their lives and communities.
This day is commemorated to acknowledge the suffering children, victims of physical, emotional and mental violence and to gather resources to securing a brighter future
In the last couple of months Cameroon has witnessed a significant increase in the number of infections of the coronavirus as well as death rate
CAWI seeks to achieve gender equality, empower women and girls through mainstreaming women and gender into sustainable women led programs
2011-2013: Piggery Project: The project witnessed the donation of 100 piglets to 100 women in Lewoh Lebialem with its multiple effect on other hundreds of women in subsequent years.
In the production of mayonnaise
In the transformation of Cocoa into Cocoa oil, Chocolate and Mambo
In the production of perfume from natural flower
In the production of spaghetti from flour
In the transformation of cassava into starch, flour, fertilizer, animal feed and Bio gas
In the transformation of coconut into fiber for wool carpet, oil, milk,powder and shoe polish
In the identification and uses of varieties of medicinal plants
The CAWI Health Cluster in collaboration with EYA FOUNDATION USA granted free medical consultation and provided drugs to more than 50 Internally Displaced Persons in Buea South West Cameroon following the Cameroon Anglophone Crisis.
Economic Empowerment Project. Above 200 female Internally Displaced Persons trained on Tablet Soap Making in Buea, South West Cameron and in Dschang, Menua Division of the West Region.
Water Sanitation And Hygiene (WASH) Cluster: Close to 100 IDPs received WASH kits consisting of buckets, toilet tissue, sanitary pad among others. The objective was to better their health and sanitation condition.
CAWI Education Project at GHS Buea Town (2018): Donation of Text Books, School Bags, Money to needy girls and sensitization of more than 1500 students on the importance of Education.
CAWI Education Project at GHS Buea Town (2019): Pioneer Launch of the SALOME UK Women Empowerment Rain Forest Arts Competition for displaced and needy girls in collaboration with CAWI. The laureates received 500 pounds, 250 pounds and 150pounds respectively. Additionally all contestants were empowered with art kits and certificates of participation.