A MAJOR OUTCOME OF THE 18TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF NKUMU FED FED THAT HELD IN YAOUNDE IN APRIL 2012 IS THE ELECTION OF A NEW BUREAU FOR THE ORGANISATION
THE NEW EXECUTIVE BUREAU:
Justice Mrs. Prudence Galega, received a second mandate in April 2012 to serve as National President. She has been working with Nkumu Fed Fed since its inception in 1996. A judge by profession and currently appointed a Senior Adviser to the Minister, she graduated from the University of Yaounde with a Licence en Droit, focusing on English Private Law, in 1981 and completed a degree at the National School of Administration and Magistracy in 1983. As a long-standing member of Nkumu Fed Fed, Mrs. Galega has been intricately involved in many of the organization’s programs and has worked closely with numerous international partners. She served as the Project Director for the United States Government sponsored TIP Project for Cameroon, entitled “Child Trafficking Reduction Support Project” and for the “Support Program for the Rehabilitation and Reintegration of Victims of Child Trafficking in the North West Province of Cameroon,” a project supported by the International Labor Organization. She has put her legal expertise in the organisation's activities, providing legal training to judges and law enforcement officers on issues of trafficking in persons. For over 16 years, Mrs. Galega has significantly contributed to Nkumu Fed Fed’s success, offering her time, professional expertise and unyielding commitment that has raised the association to a recognized Non
Government Organisation in 2011 and has given great international recognition to the organisation.
Mrs. Beatrice Titanji, Vice National President
Ms. Eunice Tita, Secretary General
Mrs. Cecy Doh, Minutes Secretary
Mrs Beatrice Fogam, Assistant Minutes Secretary
Mrs. Anne Joko, National Treasurer
Ms. Margeret Foncham, National Financial Secretary
Ms Irene Sama Lang, Public Relations Officer
Ms. Marie Nahvoma, Social Secretary
Ms. Florence Bambodt, Assistant Social Secretary
TEAM OF ADVISORS:
Mrs. Helen Gwanfogbe continues as a senior advisor for Nkumu Fed Fed Executive Committee, having held the position of President from 1999 to 2009. During her tenure as president, Mrs. Gwanfogbe played a leading role in Nkumu Fed Fed’s campaign against child trafficking and was instrumental in advocating for a new law in parliament prohibiting child trafficking and slavery. She also spearheaded a number of other Nkumu Fed Fed projects, including an advocacy campaign aimed at brining about change in traditional norms that hinder the full development of women and girls. An educationalist in her professional capacity, Mrs. Gwanfogbe received her M.A. in Applied Linguistics and TESOL from the School of Education at the University of Leicester in England. After 15 years of fieldwork and experience, she was appointed to a managerial position and headed the Teachers’ Resource Center in Bamenda and is currently working as the Director of Administration and Human Resources in the Rural Elctrification Agency of Cameroon in Yaounde. Over the last 20 years, Mrs. Gwanfogbe has developed a strong passion for community service and is committed to continuing her work with Nkumu Fed Fed.