Voices for Humanity Restores Dignity and Respect to a Nation with Clement Manfouo

Voices for Humanity Restores Dignity and Respect to a Nation with Clement Manfouo
Voices for Humanity Restores Dignity and Respect to a Nation with Clement Manfouo

Scientology Network’s VOICES FOR HUMANITY, the weekly series presenting heroic change makers from a variety of faiths, cultures and nations working to uplift their communities, announces a new episode featuring human rights activist Clement Manfouo.

VOICES FOR HUMANITY airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Scientology Network.

In South Africa, a crime is committed every 16 seconds. Growing up in this unstable environment is devastating to youth who find themselves navigating the path to adulthood without a clear-cut concept of right and wrong. To counter this pervasive moral decline, Clement Manfouo is spearheading a movement to restore dignity and respect by bringing the message of Youth for Human Rights to young people living in some of the nation’s poorest and most dangerous neighborhoods.


Clement Manfouo was born in Cameroon and from an early age was inspired by the story of Nelson Mandela’s transformative impact on South Africa. It was his dream to be a part of that history. But at just 10 years old, Clement was taken by his older brother and forced into a life of servitude. It wasn’t until he was a young adult that he would finally break free, starting a new life in South Africa. But there he grew concerned about the rampant crime and lack of respect for human dignity in the poorer neighborhoods of his province of Mpumalanga. Seeking a way to counter the societal decline, he discovered Youth for Human Rights and realized the importance of spreading its message. Working with schools and community leaders, Clement’s work is having a transformative impact on society. Through educating others on their human rights, Clement is not only strengthening community bonds and empowering the people of Mpumalanga, he is achieving his goal of becoming a part of South Africa’s history.

Clement Manfouo is the Provincial Coordinator for Youth for Human Rights International in Mpumalanga, South Africa.


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