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Equal Access is Promoting Peace in Cameroon

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In December 2015, Equal Access began implementing the USAID-funded Cameroon Peace Promotion Project (CP3), a comprehensive media and outreach project focused on empowering youth, women, and rural populations in the North and Far North regions with information, education, and practical tools to lead productive lives, while inspiring their participation within their communities.

Based on the conviction that engaging media is one of the most powerful influences in today’s world, CP3 will support, strengthen and give voice to moderate traditional and religious leaders, train and mentor radio stations and their staff, and empower community, religious, youth and women leaders. Combining interactive radio programming with direct community engagement, CP3 will increase social cohesion and community resilience, improving information flow among community members on peace and tolerance concepts, and promoting dialogue between stakeholders on issues of concern.

With seven years’ experience and a strong track record of success in the Lake Chad Basin and across the Sahel region through innovative media production, training and capacity building, Equal Access is uniquely positioned to successfully implement this important initiative.

 

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The CP3 team together with the staff of Bangao FM in Maroua.

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CP3’s Program Director inspecting the equipment at FM Benoue in Garoua.

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