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She has extensive experience in social work and human rights. With a Post-Graduate degree from the University of Yaoundé II Soa, she started her non-profit organisation and targeted orphans and underprivileged children in Cameroon. Prior to creating CAPEC, she had worked for the British Council Cameroon and was a pioneer member of the InterAction Leadership Programme, a high profile transformation leadership program in sub-Sahara Africa, sponsored by the British Council, LEAD International and delivered by UK and Pan African experts.
Ms. Ajomuzu’s passion for childcare is the sole motivation behind her very active work in CAPEC. A careful observer of the society, she observed with sympathy how children were increasingly becoming victims of human rights violations like child abuse, female genital mutilation, breast ironing, child labour, child trafficking and poor access to healthcare, education, food, clothing and educative entertainment, especially in the rural areas. She created CAPEC in 2002 with the vision of promoting the welfare of children so that they could grasp opportunities to attain their full potentials in societies

She has extensive experience in social work and human rights. With a Post-Graduate degree from the University of Yaoundé II Soa, she started her non-profit organisation and targeted orphans and underprivileged children in Cameroon. Prior to creating CAPEC, she had worked for the British Council Cameroon and was a pioneer member of the InterAction Leadership Programme, a high profile transformation leadership program in sub-Sahara Africa, sponsored by the British Council, LEAD International and delivered by UK and Pan African experts.
Ms. Ajomuzu’s passion for childcare is the sole motivation behind her very active work in CAPEC. A careful observer of the society, she observed with sympathy how children were increasingly becoming victims of human rights violations like child abuse, female genital mutilation, breast ironing, child labour, child trafficking and poor access to healthcare, education, food, clothing and educative entertainment, especially in the rural areas. She created CAPEC in 2002 with the vision of promoting the welfare of children so that they could grasp opportunities to attain their full potentials in societies


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