Brenda Formin

African Young Leader and Regional Leader West Africa. Brenda is dedicated to rendering selfless service to hurting humanity.

A leadership award winner, youth mentor advocate, and girl child activist from Cameroon. Impacting the lives of over 40,000 youths across 4 African countries, she’s won over two international awards as a Future Africa Leader’s Ambassador, to MILEAD Award as Africa’s top twenty six young most promising female leaders, to being a YALI Network member, and a trainee with two well-known organizations in Kenya. She has worked in collaboration with government officials, as well as administrative authorities. Brenda adopted a sanitary pad drive that ran through successfully for a whole academic year, having 180 girls as beneficiaries of sanitary pads monthly. She is currently working in collaboration with the Trauma Care International Foundation, addressing issues of violence against girls in over 8 African countries. Together with her team, 6000 girls have been reached. She is the founder of the Violence Against Girls Initiative, a Girl Child Activist Movement and an Ambassador to the Stacey Fru Foundation in Johannesburg, South Africa.

    Never has there been such weighty responsibility on the shoulders of young people. Never has there been the influence in the hands of young people like the influence they carry now. But for Africa to reap the dividends she has longed for, it is up to our generation to make sure that influence is channelled correctly and directed towards relevant issues that affect not only ourselves but generations after us. This can only be achieved if we come together as young people and begin to address the challenges before us as a continent.


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