Female Wave of Change welcomes Phillip Tah as the new Ambassador for Cameroon
Female Wave of Change is very excited to welcome Phillip Tah as our Ambassador in Cameroon. Philip connected with our organization because he is very committed to make change happen for the women in his country. As our first and so far only male Ambassador we support him to create those waves of change!
“Phillip went to the Government High School Limbe, to obtain the General Certificate of Education Ordinary and Advanced Levels, then proceeded to the St.Pius 1X Teacher training college for two years to obtain the Teacher Grade one Diploma. Then he received a scholarship to study Economics at the International University in his country where he graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Economics.
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He then began teaching at some Catholic institutions, where he was appointed Headteacher and later Principal, then he joined the government as an Economics Teacher and later Discipline Master. He did a course at the Faculty of Law – the University of Accra in Ghana and earned an Advanced Diploma in Human Rights and Drugs Policy. He then co-founded the CARITAS FORUM with one the late female parliamentarians to improve the vulnerable children especially girls and widows by empowering them to become social entrepreneurs and with businesses skills to launch their own enterprises to become financially independent. Later he received an Honorary Doctorate Degree from the U.S in recognition of his academic writings and involvement in several peace and Conflict Resolution initiatives in Cameroon and a number of countries
He travelled to the U.S for an international conference in 2013 and in 2015 to start a PhD programme in Economics which he successfully ended last year 2019.”
Female Wave of Change
-To connect girls and women in Cameroon to the organization
-To assist in the empowerment of women and girls through the mobilization of financial, material and human resources
-To give the womenfolk in my country a platform through which their voices could be heard loud and clear.
-To enable girls and women in Cameroon to interact with their female counterparts in other parts of the world, share their experiences learn from others or permit other women and girls to learn from them as well.
-To improve the economic and financial situations of the women in Cameroon. “