OUR PROGRAMSCampsudev Cameroon



The primary oblective of this department is to;

  • Strengthen the capacity of civil society organizations working in the field of human rights.
  • Conduct joint advocacy and lobbying for the ratification and implementation of the legal instruments for human rights and fundamental freedoms enshrined in national, regional and international instruments;
  • Raise awareness and educate citizens about their rights;
  • Ensure the protection and defense of human rights defenders and fundamental freedoms enshrined in national, regional and international instruments;
  • Prepare an alternative annual report on the human rights situation in Cameroon;
  • Collaborate with national, regional and international authorities and organizations for the promotion and protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms in Cameroon.

The main beneficiaries if this program includes: Human rights defenders, Human rights organizations, Local and indigenous communities, Communities-based organizations, Faith-based organizations, People living with HIV, People living with disability, Women and youths groups and networks, Traditional rulers and faith leaders, Trade unions, Small farmers and pastoralists cooperatives

Our expertise in advocating and protecting human rights and freedoms ranges from; Advocacy and policy dialogue, Action research, Peace and conflicts analysis, Human rights monitoring and documentation, Human rights defenders security and protection, Social mobilization, social cohesion and governance

Tech-tivity challenge empowers youths to become leaders, creators and problem-solvers. The program quips youths (ages 15-25) to become tech entrepreneurs and leaders. With the support of volunteer mentors, youths work in teams to code web/mobile apps that address real-world problems.
We work to uphold data rights and help make the internet safer and more assessable We recognize that the digital sphere is quickly emerging as one of the key spaces in which human rights are under threat. COMPSUDEV Cameroon works towards the promotion and protection of online freedom of expression and online privacy.
ICT4D (Information and Communications Technologies for Development) is an initiative aimed at bridging the digital divide (the disparity between technological “have“ and “have not“ geographic locations or demographic groups) and aiding economic development by ensuring equitable access to up-to-date communications technologies.