Angwere Claude Che Azah
Growing up in Cameroon amidst a civil war comes along with many challenges. I I have experience many first hand and arrived at a situation where the future looked hopeless and i felt not being able to contribute meaningfully to my community. Having discovered the world of art, i decided to take a stand. Realizing that most youths in my community need a way out, my dream project is to work with youngsters in my art school, enabling them to get away from substance use, abuse and crime. In 2016, i started an initiative named CADA, Collective Arts Development Association using art as a tool to provide support to youth victims of substance use and abuse. Partnering with mental health experts, also psycho social support is giving. Thus we provide art training and life skill education, including enterprise development and entrepreneurship.