" Working for Justice and Peace is a Question of Balance."

Staff Members

Laura ANYOLA TUFON

LAURA ANYOLA TUFONLAURA ANYOLA TUFON

Coordinator of the Justice and Peace Service
Member of the National Commission on Human Rights & Freedoms
Head of the National Human Rights Commission, West Region Branch.

ABRUO Betty ANDONG

ABRUO BETTY ANDONGABRUO BETTY ANDONG

Program Manager (PM)

FORMUH Daniel CHIBIKOM

FormuhFORMUH DANIEL CHIBIKOM

Capacity Building Officer (CBO)

BINWI Clotilda NFORBAH

BINWI CLOTILDA NFORBABINWI CLOTILDA NFORBAH

Administrative Assistant (AA)

Ambe NGU Agamtimbom

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Accounts Clerk
(Part-Time)

Rusert AZAMA

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Access to Justice Officer (AJO)

Barrister FOFOU Bartholomew

Bar Fofou BatholomewBarrister FOFOU Bartholomew 

Volunteer Barrister
(Part-Time)


Barrister JEMIA Winifred M.

Bar. Jemia WinifredBarrister JEMIA Winifred MBENGA

Volunteer Barrister
(Part-Time)

Munakwa Elvis FOKAM

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Driver

NGONGBA Assumta LUM

NGONGBA ASSUMTA LUM NGONGBA Assumta LUM

 Human Rights Officer
 (Part-Time)

FORMER MEMBERS OF STAFF

FOMUSO BLESSING NBILA FOMUSO BLESSING NABILA

 Program Manager





FRAUKE DIßELKOTTER FRAUKE DIßELKÖTTER

 Peace & Development Officer





KITOU OLIVER 
KITUO OLIVER

 Driver



 

NEMBO AMBROSE LEKU 
NEMBO AMBROSE LEKU

 Driver



  1. WOMELA ERIC
    Driver
NFOR GABRIEL 
Accounts Clerk
  1. YAUNDE KONGBI 
    Accounts Clerk

    ASONGWE CLODETTE
    Secretary
  2. VOLUNTEERS

    Mbom Jude
    Paul Juakonbizil
    Tagu Pafe
    Wirsiy Germaine
    Nji Jude
    Nanji Valery
    Akwebi Akaragwe
    Nnoko Ernest
    Abeh Albertine
  3. Dorien Verbeek
  4. Elfie Galland
  5. Ndine Karmnn



JPS Puts in Place a COVID-19 Prevention System

It Installs a Movable Hand Washing Station with Washing Soap, Surface Disinfecting Detergent, Hand Sanitizers, provides Surgical Face Masks to all staff , and makes compulsory the use of these gadgets & measures such as Washing of Hands for a least 20 seconds, Social Distncing, as well as Staying at Home when necessary for Staff, Clients and Visitors. We began daily rotation of staff with some working from home.

It further encourges staff and the populace to avoid physical greetings and contact, touching the Nose, Mouth or Eyes as much as possible, and public gatherings & crowded places. On Radio Evangelium Bamenda (FM 102.0MHZ), Facebook, Twitter, etc, we do awareness raising and also convey the message of Hope to the world.

This goes in line with measures and regular wake up calls by the Archbishop of Bamenda, Most Rev. Dr. Andrew F. Nkea to Clergy and God's peoples within the Archdiocese to prevent the spread of this deadly virus. It is further strengthened by messages from the Ministry of Public Health, and the Governor of the North West Region in this same vein.

JPS Team Reviews Information on COVID-19 Compulsory Hand Washing is a Value at JPS  
JPS Staff Raise Awareness & Hope On COVID-19 Over Radio Evangelium Bamenda 
 
At JPS, We Do Our Best To Avoid A Further Spread of COVID-19
   
   
   

Training & Sensitization Campaign Against COVID-19

This was organized by the Justice and Peace Service (JPS) in collaboration with the Archdiocesan Catholic Health Service on Wednesday 1st April 2020 at the Auto Data Centre, Big Mankon.

With the rapid spread of COVID-19 across all continents of the world, claiming thousands of lives within a very short period of time, added to the fact that there is yet no vaccine or treatment for it, prevention becomes the best way out of this pandemic.

More so, with a significant increase in the number of active cases identified in some regions in Cameroon (about 233 as of April 1st. 2020),  it becomes very imperative for measures to be taken to prevent it from spreading into our region.

It is within this context that we organized this training & sensitization campaign, as a human right and a matter of justice for all, so that Services within the Archdiocese of Bamenda are adequately prepared and take appropriate measures to fight against this virus around their work places, in their homes and in their communities.

Facilitated by Dr. Ndi Jude of St. Blaise Catholic Hospital, Big Mankon, this session recorded the participation of over twenty (20) participants coming from fourteen (14) Services, amongst them, the Health Service, Archdiocesan College Bakery, Catholic Mission Technical Centre, Catholic Education Secretariat, Radio Evangelium and Family Life Service.

Participants left with the awareness that there are symptomatic and asymptomatic patients, therefore the need to take radical preventive actions. These included the following;

  • Proper Washing of Hands,
  • Using Proper Hand Sanitizers,
  • Wearing Face Masks to avoid getting infected/infecting Others,
  • Isolating one’s self, if infected,
  • Avoid Physical Greetings and Contact
  • Social Distancing
  • Avoiding Gatherings/Crowded Places
  • Avoiding Touching the Nose, Mouth or Eyes
  • Avoiding Spitting in Public,
  • Getting Updates from Trustworthy Sources, and above all,
  • STAYING AT HOME when necessary.

Protect Yourself,

Protect Your Loved Ones,

Protect Your Community!!!

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Participant Displays Locally Made Face Masks  

 

 

 

 

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