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Telma Bobim-Woh Njuh

Cameroon & Stellenbosch University, 2022

Telma Bobim – Woh Njuh holds a BS.c in Journalism and Mass Communication from the university of Buea, Cameroon. With over three years of experience in women's empowerment, youth activism and community development, Telma has worked with both community-based and civil society organisations in Cameroon. She is currently the CEO/Founder of Telma Agric Hub, an agro tech hotspot that trains and strengthens women on how to gain financial freedom.

She is also the founder of Community Advocacy and women's empowerment centre, a community-based organisation which uses the power of the media to advocate for women empowerment. Telma believes in the Mantra that, the empowerment of women is much needed for the social and economic growth of any society and that women are the creators, teachers and developers of any human generation.

She is passionate about women's empowerment, community development, youth participation in governance and she strongly believes that media being the fourth pillar of any democracy has certain roles to play in efficiently transmitting information to the society in empowering women by educating the society about their worth.

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We look for young Africans who have demonstrated the potential to embody our founding principles of reconciliation, education, entrepreneurship, and leadership.

On 1 January 2023, I will be between the age of 19 and 29

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I have an undergraduate degree with above-average academic results (70% + or Upper Second Class Honours)


We look for young leaders who aspire to the principles below and who have demonstrated the potential to live them out.


Do you aspire to be a visionary leader who has moral authority? Do you see leadership as more than just personal ambition - as a way to pursue the advancement of equality and freedom, human rights and human dignity? And do you want to guide and inspire others to reach their full potential?


Do you admire Nelson Mandela’s ability to bridge historic divides through our common humanity? Do you believe that reconciliation and reparation are the key to transforming our societies so that everyone can have equal opportunity to thrive? And are you prepared to begin by grappling with your own internal divides and difficulties first?


Do you have excellent academic results, but believe that your education should not only benefit you but make a difference to others? And do you understand that intellectual excellence must be accompanied by character and a rounded personality?


Do you want to see Africa take its rightful place as an equal and competitive presence in the global world? Have you demonstrated individual effort, innovation and creativity to this end?


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