Prisoner's rights project
In January 2008, Global Conscience Initiative started the Prisoners' Rights Defence Project, aimed to observe the conditions
of detainees in the Cameroonian prison system and to subsequently give them assistance, both in a legal way and by trying to
improve the above mentioned conditions.
Juvenile Delinquency Reformation Project
The Juvenile Delinquency Reformation Project carries out a needs assessment survey in Buea Prison and at the Boastal
Institute with the objective of finding ways to support the re-educative services provided by the Boastal Institute and
help the juveniles become better citizens.
Supporting Gender Equality in Rural Cameroon Project
In present day Cameroon, women are still regarded as subordinate to men in almost all aspects of daily life, especially
in the rural villages. National law in Cameroon is not particularly unfair to women, but traditional law is still
practiced in most areas which favours men. We have found land rights to be a major issue in numerous villages and we have
chosen to address this issue in the beginning stages of the project, but we will also address others as we expand and
develop the project.
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