Prior to 1996, several Fed Fed branches had sprouted in various big cities of Cameroon. In a visionary direction of the President of Fed FedLimbe, Na RuphinaMutia, a consultative meeting was convened of the existing Fed Fed branches with the objective of establishing a network of all the groups.The first consultative meeting held in September 1996 in Limbe. The major outcome of this meeting was the decision to draw up a Constitution to create a networking organisation of all the branches and any future branches and to have this adopted at a constituent meeting.SECOND CONSULTATIVE AND PREPARATORY MEETING: Mofors Residence Buea
The 2nd consultative and preparatory meeting was convened in October 1996 in the Mofors Residence – Bueawith the objective of discussing the draft Constitution. Elements for a Constitution were developed.CONSTITUTENT ASSEMBLY :MammiFogam’s residence - Tiko
The 3rd Consultation Meeting which was a constituent assembly was organized in November 1996 in MammiFogams Residence in Tiko. The major decisions at the constituent meeting were as follows:
- Fed Fed Fako – Created in 1982
- Fed Fed Yaounde – Created in 19….
- Fed Fed Douala – Created in 19…..
- Fed FedBamenda – Created in 1995
|Vice-President||Ma Helen Gwanfogbe|
|Secretary General||Ma Prudence Galega|
|Vice-Secretary General||Ma Gwanyalla Agnes|
|Minutes Secretary||Ma Tina Fongod|
|Vice Minutes Secretary||Ma Christy Mofor|
|Financial Secretary||Ma EmilineFodje|
|Treasurer||Ma Helen Tata|
|Social Secretary||Ma Elizabeth Monkam|
|PublicitySecretary||Ma Martha Pufong, Ma ceraphine Tata.|
|Douala||Ma Vero Gwangwa’a|
|Yaounde||Ma Emma Fokem|
|Legal Adviser||Ma Justine Wacka|
A national anthem was also adopted at this meeting.
Nkumu Fed Fed aims at empowering underprivileged and vulnerable groups in society with a focus on women and the girl child of rural communities, as a means of fighting poverty and guaranteeing equity in social and economic development. .
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