International Women’s Day originally emerged from the activities of labor movements at the turn of the 20th century in North America and across Europe.  In its early years, the day honored the women’s rights movement, including advocating for the right to vote and hold public office, and for ending discrimination in the workplace. Today the day is observed as a time to reflect on progress, reaffirm our commitment to greater development, and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by women who have made a difference in their communities and countries.
With the unconditional support from the CEO Justin Forzano who is a great promoter of girls education in Cameroon, we got the opportunity to organized a workshop with girls from our community team Wumjeck FC, part one of the program was based on lectures of leadership qualities and personal hygiene and part two was based on coaches across continent games on Gender Equity.
These girls got the opportunity to learn brand new drills such as Ask for choice from Coaches Across Continent to enable the girls to be responsible in decision making which might either influence them negatively or positively. These girls will have the opportunity to Be a Bold of Change.