Enow A Georges
Enow A Georges is a Cameroonian Youth Development Worker and an esteemed Emerging Entrepreneur. He is a YALI fellow from the Regional Leadership Centre in Accra, Ghana cohort 4.A firebrand youth rights activist and public speaker with a deep passion for seeing young people issues brought to the front burner. He is an outstanding member of the African Youth Leaders Network, and a passionate youth development worker with competent professional Development skills, with six-year experience in volunteerism, social justice advocacy, monitoring and evaluation. A community leader and medical personnel who has coordinated and implemented extensive work on comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), and youth leadership, HIV and AIDS, policy engagement, project management, peer education and capacity building. He is a consultant at selfconsult, an online platform that connects physicians, patients and the pharmacist. In 2013 he was awarded the prize of the Youngest youth Ambassador in Cameroon for the fight Against Malaria (KO PALU).In 2015 He was a Nominee for the future awards Africa in Enterprise support after supporting 500 women in rural communities on adequate menstrual management via provision of menstrual materials and educative workshops. His vision is to see a world where Sexual and Reproductive health and rights (SRHR) will have full inclusion in society and the underprivileged will access health care. He is the Regional Representative for central Africa at the African Union Students Council executive committee. With his visionary plan of action he has been able to wipe out the tears of women and girls in Cameroon as far as their health is concerned by founding ENO-pads which produces reusable, inexpensive and affordable menstrual materials to women of the reproductive age. He is a motivational speaker and health adviser who has authored three books on leadership. His leadership teachings have been able to build up to 300 Cameroonian youths to become Social Entrepreneurs of change. He is currently an Ambassador for Harambe-Cameroon which aims at bringing out the untapped potential in Cameroonian youths. He is the community leader for the fight Against Cancer in the North West Region and Vice President for the Global youth Coalition against Cancer (GYCC). He has proficient work in advocacy, peer education, capacity building and public health. He lives in the North West Region of Cameroon.