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Fighting HIV/AIDS in a school environment in Cameroon

Started this discussion. Last reply by Njoh Angwi Constance Jan 29, 2010. 8 Replies

Like in many developing countries, HIV/AIDS is a pubilc health problem. In Cameroon, more than 500 000 people live with the disease.Youths between 15 and 24 years are the most affected. In this age…Continue


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Njoh Angwi Constance
school health clubs, Life First Foundation ( LFF )
About Me:
Njoh Angwi Constance is my name. I am of cameroonian nationality and about 39years old. I am a biology and human biology teacher in a government secondary school for more than a decade. I coordinate health club activities in the school. I am also a member of Life First Foundation, an NGO based in Yaounde. I'm married and a mother.
My dream:
My dream is to see the increasing population of Aids infected patients, especially the youths reduce. This can be done through creating an increse awareness in them through sensitisation. By so doing, suferring will reduce and productivity will increase at every level, especially school output.
I'm proud of:
For the past five years as the school health club coordinator, I have not left any stone unturned in sensitising the children on HIV/AIDS, Malaria, basic sanitation and other health related issues. Being a leader in many women's social and church gorups, they too have benefitted alot from my experience and capacity.

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The Fight for HIV/AIDS continues

Posted on November 5, 2010 at 12:28pm 2 Comments

Dear friends,

I am happy to anounce to you that i back online and most happy to know you are all there in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

As the international community thinks of comemoriating World Aids Day , come Dec. 1st, my school health club and i are not left behind. This time we have developed a new strategy which is not common with our club. We are coming up powerfully with 'dancing and drama' as the stragegies for this year's celbration to sensitise our peers on the dangers and… Continue

Building team spirit in the fight against HIV

Posted on March 3, 2010 at 10:35am 2 Comments

We all know about the ABC of HIV prevention which the cameroonian woman and her counterpart in the world use. Alot has been done and is still being done about teaching women their right, helping AIDS orphans , teaching aids awareness in schools and targeting special groups like sex workers or men in uniforms. Few programs target the married couple. It is in this light that we develop 'Building Team Spirit in Marriages'. as a mean of keeping couples intact and helping to reduce the spread of… Continue

What's in my mind

Posted on March 3, 2010 at 10:12am 1 Comment

Dear all, my last blog post on Ugandan experiece in fighting stigmatisation was to share with you how beneficial this is to our christian women's group in Cameroon.Fighting stigmatisation has been going on in many countries, but what makes the Ugandan case a lesson to learn is that the 'fight was coordinated by the head of state himself'. If the number 1 of a country is at the forefront of the fight against HIV/AIDS, it is an example to emulate.Hence, we the christian women are trying to apply.… Continue

Fighting Stigmatisation

Posted on February 24, 2010 at 12:18pm 1 Comment

Dear friends, share this about Uganda .

Tha AIDS Support Organisation (TASO ) Uganda 2008.

TASO Vision

A world without Aids

TASO Mission Statement

TASO exist to contribute to a process of preventing HIV infection, restoring hope and improving the quality of life of persons, families and communities affected by HIV infection and diseases.

TASO… Continue

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At 7:06pm on February 28, 2013, Rituu B. Nanda said…

A very happy birthday Constance!

At 7:10am on February 28, 2012, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Happy birthday Constance! How are you?

At 6:42pm on February 24, 2010, Kicki Oljemark said…
Dear Constance

It was lovely to get your respons and lovely to hear about your wonderful experiences. I am looking forward to hear more and follow your important work... to make people feel and realize that they are important:) Sunshine and warm regards from Sweden
At 2:01pm on February 24, 2010, Rituu B. Nanda said…
Hey Constance,

What was your experience of using the competence approach with your school? Weren't you planning to do that before Easter? Look forward to hearing from you.

Warm regards,

At 12:13pm on February 18, 2010, Njoh Angwi Constance said…
Hi Madiang,
thanks for the encouragement.The situation of HIV/AIDS cases in Yaounde is similar to those in kenya. What you did with the uniform officers and condoms was so initiative and inspiring. I was already wondering in my mind and thinking about how to take on such a project when you sent this. Im happy and grateful. I think I just need time to put things together and I believe the results will be as good as those obtained in Kenya. The women and youths need more awareness and sensitisation. I'll keep you informed.
My regards,
At 11:40am on February 18, 2010, OLUOCH-MADIANG' said…
Thank you very kindly Constance for your comments and observation. I note that you already can do the Condolympics with women and youth in Yaounde. I am attaching the Condolympics Guide (G5 The Condolympics Guide.pdf) herein for your implementation. I will be very glad to receive feedback (and possibly photos too) once you will have carried out Condolympics in your country.

Thanks and best regards,

At 5:53pm on January 28, 2010, zoneziwoh said…
Hello Constance! I should first apologies for my late response, lights as usual went off and since then i have not been on aids competence.

I have read with great concern your dedication on HIV/AIDs awareness in clubs/ schools, brave! i ust confess, your are indeed quite inspiring. I am proud of you.
so far so good, here in Buea we are doing our best to raise yth consciousness towards HIV/AID & Gender Based Violence, gradually and surely we aimed at changing our mindset positively towards Violence Against Women and we hope that this could only be achieve when both boys/girls are proactively involve and do share new effective measures to fight against VAW.

that aside, God willing in April we intend to carry out a Female Condom Advocacy here in Buea with the youth.
what ever the case, i visit Yde often, hope you wouldn't mind, having a surprise call from me one day.

once again, i am happy being your friend, Thanks to Rittu, we keep in touch.
as you can see i am still new here in the forum and am still trying to get use-to the forum.

stay blessed
At 11:38am on December 29, 2009, EPHRAIM said…
Hello Njoh.
How are you today? What aspect of the competence are you using in schools and what are some of the major public health problems faced by girls especially in your school?
Best wishes
At 11:28am on December 29, 2009, EPHRAIM said…
hello, welcome to the group. We need your active participation
At 4:11pm on December 23, 2009, Laurence Gilliot said…
Hi again,

It seems that what you are doing with schools is very interesting. I'd like to connect you with Joseph Senesie who is one of our coaches from Sierra Leone. He adapted our approach of Community Life Competence to schools. You can visit the forum about school competence here and add your experience if you want.

Best regards,


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