" 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

JPS_Driver.jpgMUNAKWA ELVIS FOKAM

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 Engages on Identification, Registration and Support to Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)

We have been engaged on the identification, registration, needs assessment, legal assistance, counseling, re-establishment of destroyed or misplaced identification documents, and case management with IDPs.

A database has been established for this process, and so far, we have registered over 10,500IDPs, with a good number of them coming from areas most affected in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon like Momo, Boyo, Ngoketunjia, Menchum, Bui, Nkambe, Mezam, Lebialem, Manyu, Meme, Ndian, Fako, Meme, etc., and are mostly made up of women, children and young girls, with a high prevalence rate of pregnancy. Also amongst these IDPs are a good number of elderly persons, orphans as a result of the crisis/war, and Persons with impairments and other health challenges.

Based on the premise that during violent conflict/war, women, children and girls are mostly affected, we organized workshops with over 100 Female IDPs from Boyo and Momo Divisions on Gender Based Violence (GBV) in times of Conflict on the 26th of February and the 21st of June 2019 respectively. During these sessions, the women and girls were drilled on what GBV is all about; its forms, types, consequences and settings within which it is most common. Added to these, participants were also equipped with knowledge on the available services and support to GBV Survivors, and they also acquainted themselves with GBV Safety Planning Tools and the Legal Implications of this phenomenon.

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Training Session on the Identification & Registration Process

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The Coordinator of the JPS joins the IDPs to share in their Pains and Sorrows

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A Cross Section of IDPs cuing up for Registration

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IDPs give their details at the Registration Desks

Partners

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  • cameroon
  • crss
  • institute-of-peace-and-justice-san-diego
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  • misereor-partner
  • ohchrights
  • unicef-partner
  • usa-department-of-state
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