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About Aîssa Doumara Ngatansou
Aîssa Doumara Ngatansou is from the Extreme North Region of Cameroon. She has been a feminist activist for over 15 years and is an expert in gender and violence against girls and women. She is currently a programme coordinator with the Association to Combat Violence Against Girls and Women in the Extreme North Region of Cameroon and a member of the steering committee for the Project ‘We are the solution - let us celebrate women’s role in small-scale farming’ run by the NGO FAHAMU. Aîssa is the author of several articles and educational booklets for girls and women and is married with three children.
Articles by Aîssa Doumara Ngatansou
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