Bullying is a problem in many schools. The same young people who are targets of bullies are also at disproportionate risk of falling victim to traffickers.
GLOWA combats human trafficking and the damage it creates in communities throughout the Northwest Region of Cameroon through raising awareness, rehabilitation and advocacy. Our work aims to nurture a culture of respect for human rights, particularly those of children and women, and fight against the systematic abuses faced by the most vulnerable.
GLOWA believes that every child has the right to grow in an environment where he or she feels free and valued, and is given the opportunity to maximize his or her potential without succumbing to domestic and sexual servitude. We aspire to build child-friendly and abuse-sensitive communities where children are empowered as claim holders and promoters of their basic human rights. We are committed to upholding these rights as a way of preparing future generations of Cameroonians to become productive citizens of society.