09 Apr Feka Parchibell voted 2017 Most Influential Young Cameroonian in Social Entreprise & Philanthropy
After a successful public Poll by international reputed rating establishment, Avance Media and the COSDEF Group Feka Parchibell , CEO of The ‘Hope For Vulnerable and Orphans has been voted the 2017 Most Influential Young Cameroonian in Social Entreprise & Philanthropy in one of the most credible and respected rankings system that honours youth excellence in Cameroon.
Below are the Most Influential Young Cameroonian in Social Entreprise & Philanthropy as voted by the Public.
- Feka Parchibell (The ‘Hope For Vulnerable and Orphans)
- Noela Lyonga (Noela Lyonga Foundation)
- Monique Ntumngia (Green Girls NGO)
- Emilia Epeti Miki (Denis Miki Foundation)
- Miki Gilbert (Vocational Center for International Development)
The poll which drew public participation from over 90 countries voted Kungaba Fongoh Leonel, President of the Cameroon Active Youth Association as the 2017 Most Influential Young Cameroonian.
Feka Parchibell, Cameroonian Singer, Mr. Leo known in private life as, Fonyuy Leonard Nsohburinka, Dr Njang Mbeng Emmanuel, a medical doctor at the Fundong District Hospital and Joseph Fabrice Ondoa Ebogo, goalkeeper for Sevilla Atlético and the Cameroon national team also made it the top 5 most influential young Cameroonians respectively.
Prince Akpah, MD of Avance Media says he hopes the annual polls will inspire young people to create a positive environment that will encourage other Cameroon youths to excel in their various endeavours.
“I hope that by sharing their experiences, the various winners will inspire a whole generation and serve as mentors for other young people in their communities” said Joybert Javnyuy, CEO of COSDEF Group.
Profile of Feka Parchibell, Cameroon‘s Most Influential Young Person in Social Entreprise & Philanthropy
Feka Parchibell is a teacher by profession, a social worker and CEO & founder of Hope for Vulnerables and Orphans (HOVO).
She is passionate about the education of the girl child reason why she sew and distribute washable sanitary pads to keep girls in schools.
She also creates Gender Clubs in schools to teach SRHR, Human Rights and leadership.
She believes in the economic empowerment of women and girls as a tool to reduce domestic violence reason why HOVO Vocational centre is there to empower and teach life skills alongside Entrepreneurship, Leadership and agriculture.
In 2017, she was voted the Most Influential Young Cameroonian in Social Entreprise & Philanthropy.