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Association Enfants Jeunes et Avenir (ASSEJA) Association Enfants Jeunes et Avenir (ASSEJA)
Association Enfants Jeunes et Avenir (ASSEJA)
Association Enfants Jeunes et Avenir (ASSEJA) was established in 1994 and offers support and training to young people and marginalised groups, particularly children in difficult situations and vulnerable youths. The organisation’s main objectives include sensitizing the public to the issue of marginalised children and helping to house, educate and reintegrate vulnerable children and provide them with career training.
SUSTAIN Cameroon is actively engaged in transforming the lives of children trapped in abusive child early and forced marriages, sexual exploitation, trafficking and modern slavery. They empower survivors, victims and those at risk with education, training, and economic empowerment. They also strive to provide an enabling protection environment for them to survive and thrive.
SUSTAIN Cameroon is providing, through training and engaging youth in community service (as advocates, activists and campaigners), a voice space for hard-to-reach youths, women and girls in disadvantaged situations throughout North West, Cameroon. The organisation is focused on building future activists from present-day children and youths.
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