Blue and yellow cloth with many small images of women engaged in various activities, with the text "International Women's Day March 8" in English and French. Small images of an outline of Cameroon, in yellow, red, and green, are repeated across the cloth. The border includes circular motifs with an image of four arms, with each hand clasping the wrist of another, and various texts describing roles of women.
Blue cloth. Design features circles with images of Paul Biya repeated across, with text "S.E. Paul Biya, President National du RDPC, Chef de l'Etat" and "H.E. Paul Biya, National President of the CPDM, Head of State" above and below each circle. Smaller circles depict a flame with the text "OFRDPC" and "WCPDM" bordering, and the text "Rassemblement democratique du people camerounais" and "Cameroon People's Democratic Movement" between the circles. The border repeats the text "Unite, Progres, Democratie" and "Unity, Progress, Democracy."
Green textile with lines of horizontal blue text that reads "JE DENONCE." There are several white circular emblems with the image of a woman holding her right arm in the air and her left in a fist at her chest with words "JE DENONCE" written in red coming out of her mouth. The text around the emblem reads "STOP AUX VIOLENCES SEXUELLES FAITES AUX FEMMES ET AUX ENFANTS ET VIHSIDA UTILISES COMME ARMES DE GUERRE EN R.D. CONGO. JOURNEE INTERNATIONALE DE LA FEMME" The image in the white emblems is also repeated in the beige colored horizontal border along the top and bottom of the textile.