Ngong Jacqueline Shaka (aka Dr Jacky) is a dynamic youth leader who has a restless devotion in advocating for the healthcare rights of adolescents especially for those in a crisis zone. She currently works as a physician within a critical health facility, PMI NKwen where she has successfully championed a positive disruptive narrative for youth and SRH/FP. Her dedication for the realization of the vision of Youth 2 Youth is unique. She holds multiple certificates in community based public health and is an MSc Candidate with the University of South Wales where she is studying Preventive Cardiovascular Medicine. She spends her leisure time watching movies.
Ngong Justin Chee a devoted youth leader with over 4 years of work experience in leadership in diverse fields such as, Communication, Development, Youth Advocacy and currently in Clinical Care Management within the PEPFAR/CDC HIV FREE Project in the Centre Region. Ngong holds central to his heart the rights and privileges that humanity benefits as fundamental rights and amongst those rights are Sexual Reproductive Health Rights that is very much absent in most communities in Cameroon. Championing the education of SRHR is his current objective. He holds a Master Degree in Political Science from the University of Yaounde II, Soa. He is a PhD candidate in Political Science in the University of Bamenda. Ngong fines pleasure in Swimming and hanging out with friends.
WACHA ROOSEVELT WACHA has a strong passion in alleviating poverty and currently dedicates his time in empowering young people to be financially viable especially girls in the rural setting. Wacha uses the classroom as a cherished allotment in helping young girls make informed choices concerning their health and career. By profession he is a teacher and also holds a degree in economics and a degree in accounting. To pass time, he enjoys playing guitar.
Niih Julienne Nuh is a journalist and freelancer based in Yaounde. Apart from advocating for the rights of young girls, she also has a passion for environmental conservation, fashion design and arts in all its forms. She passes her pass time either growing plants in her mini garden, or making crafts or sewing.
Mr Ndiva Mongoh Mosoke is a social security official with the National Social Insurance Fund (CNPS) Bamenda regional office. He is a jurist of common law training, a husband and father. He has as hobby, reading, research, music, football and also enjoys social exchanges. He sees the opportunity of service to the ordinary fellow human as his calling to alleviate poverty, promote human rights and assist in self realisation of the youth.
Shu Emile Nforbih is a medical doctor serving in a critical health facility within the West Region of Cameroon. He has a peculiar interest in empowering people especially adolescents within the community to live healthily. He also holds a master degree in public health. As a hobby, he enjoys running and playing football.
Jap Mouki Christelle is a graduate from the University of Yaoundé 2 SOA with a bachelor's degree in law. She is currently working as the Assistant Program Coordinator of Gender Empowerment and Development (GeED) in Yaounde-Cameroon and is the Director of ELPIS. She is passionate about building the capacities of youth especially young girls thus enabling them to create their our development . She enjoys traveling and eating good food
Ful Morine is a public health specialist with over 15 years of working experience in the healthcare system. She is currently serving with the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services as a health care administrator and coordinator of the UN agencies supported humanitarian response for the same organization. She is a fellow of Women in Global Health. She has a unique passion is using healthcare as a tool for harnessing the potentials of young people. During her leisure time, she enjoys playing with her kids and singing..
Abang Edwan Ankang is a Bachelor degree holder with Honours in Medical Laboratory Science. In the capacity of a Medical Laboratory Scientist with focus on PMTCT and the Focal Person for Health Surveillance in CMA Nkwen, she constantly manages alarming cases of sexual assault and teenage pregnancy and therefore sees firsthand the need for a Youth-friendly Health service provision. She has thus grown to be passionate about this cause and enjoys advocating for it through social media, with the aim of impacting as many youths as possible. With two years of experience in social media management, she believes youth empowerment is easily feasible through the internet space. She enjoys creative writing and singing during her leisure time. .