Action for Social Empowerment and Economic Development (ASEED)
PO Box 512; 2nd floor ELECAM Building Mile 3 Nkwen
Bamenda; Mezam Division
Ansprechpartner: Dorcas Mbonghabu C. Waindim
- Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
Action for Social Empowerment and Economic Development (ASEED), founded in 2008 and registered in 2013, is a registered, frontline non-profit and non-governmental development organization whose main goal is to consolidate the role of women, youth, children and other vulnerable population in the communities by enhancing their participation in social, cultural, economic, political and environmental issues.
Our mission is to ensure the protection of rights of women, youth, girls and children in the domain of social, economic and environmental justice geared towards sustainable development.
ASEED seeks a just world that promotes and protects human rights, equality, economic empowerment and sustainable livelihood for everyone.
The main goal of ASEED is to consolidate the role of women, youth, children and other vulnerable population in the communities by enhancing their participation in social, cultural, economic, political and environmental issues.
• To promote equality and advance the rights of women, youth, children, and other vulnerable population at all levels of the society.
• To empower and promote sustainable economic independence for women and youth
• To promote access to Health Education/Promotion, Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), HIV/AIDS, WASH,etc.
• To promote sustainable livelihoods through the enhancement of modern social, cultural and agricultural practices
• Community Health: HIV/AIDS sensitizations and campaigns; PMTCT of HIV sensitizations; WASH sensitizations; Sexual and Reproductive Health education; Educating Men as partners in Maternal and child health issues; Donation of wheel chairs and mattresses to health institutions; Exclusive breastfeeding sensitization to nursing mothers; Promotion of adolescent health through school and college health clubs
• Socio-Economic Empowerment: Empowering women and youth groups in sustainable agriculture; Provision of farming tools and farm inputs e.g. fertilizers, seeds; Scholarship awards in primary and secondary schools; Donation of learning material to primary and secondary schools; Empowering women and youth groups on IGAs; Vocational and technical training to youths and women; Registering youths and women in vocational training Centres; Community based rehabilitation for PWDs; Functional literacy with women´s groups; Support to Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs); etc
• Functional Literacy: Working in close collaboration with the Regional Delegation of Basic Education for the implementation of its programs and strategies; Training and supporting community level functional literacy trainers to enhance the literacy skills of local women; Supporting these communities with the experts that will meet their needs at any point in time; Using teaching methods that are modern and learner centered and which are appropriate for an adult audience.
• School Support Program: ASEED was able to give scholarship (payment of schools fees and purchase of books) to 50 pupils in primary schools and 25 students in secondary schools in the different communities where we operate. Some schools in the region have received books for their library. ASEED have also carried out education and raised awareness in schools on HIV/AIDS and Sexual Education.
Dorcas Mbonghabu C. Waindim is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Action for Social Empowerment and Economic Development (ASEED).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.