Ngo Bibaa Lundi-Anne Omam
Ngo Bibaa Lundi Anne Omam is a dedicated young Cameroonian woman and a PhD student at the University of Buea. She is passionate about ensuring that people live healthier and happier lives. This she has been doing since 8 years ago when she decided to make use of her science background to help improve on the health situation of the vulnerable. Her commitment and leadership skills in Reach Out Cameroon earned her the position of head of health Department. Within the organization, she has proven her ability to lead for results. She led a team of social workers to provided care and support to 1092 orphans and vulnerable children and more than 1000 people living with HIV in the South West Region. She has trained more than 500 peer educators on HIV, SRHR and PMTCT. She has coordinated 8 summer holiday programs for more than 300 youths, geared towards building positive behaviors to HIV and AIDS in 3 localities in Cameroon. She initiated the ‘Listeners Club Program’ in which 70 young female school drop-outs, young widows, single mothers were empowered with health knowledge to become peer mentors in their communities. She has trained more than 200 community leaders/community health workers in behavior change communication activities for better health outcomes in hard to read and post conflict communities. She served as the National coordinator for the International AIDS Candlelight memorial for 3 years.
Ngo Bibaa Lundi Anne was awarded the African Youth Awards for 2015 Public servant of the year.