Sometime last year I was confronted with the question “In the midst of the prevailing unrest going on in the Anglophone regions, if Micah Cameroon was invited by the
government to intervene, do you have the resources to facilitate the process of Peace, Healing and Reconciliation?” One of the people who asked me this question works at the presidency and the other
is very close to the Speaker of the House of Assembly. Though they both asked me the question at different times, their conclusions were that we (Micah Cameroon) might be called upon to assist
because the government is confused and really needs help, which they think can come from credible Christian organisations and the churches.
At the ISOR training, I look forward to learning how to resolve conflicts, alleviate poverty and promote reconciliation through community development initiatives in Cameroon. I intend to use the
facilitate workshops with church and community leaders, and also to empower young people on how to
run integral community initiatives that will promote justice and reconciliation.