Medication worth 62 million cfa have been abandoned in shut down health facilities, in rural areas of the North West Region, affected by the ongoing crisis. The information was revealed on the Wednesday 19th September 2018, during a consultation meeting … Continue reading Shut down health centers in the North West Region records over 62 million cfa abandoned medication.
Two hundred and thirty-nine people die every year from Non communicable diseases (NCDs) in Cameroon. This means NCDs contribute to 31% of annual deaths in country. The information was revealed by Mbinzenyuy Ferdinand, program coordinator of the physical exercise program … Continue reading Non Communicable Diseases kills Two Hundred and Thirty Nine Cameroonians Yearly.
For two days members of civil society organizations among which is the Cameroon Internet Governance (CAMIG), public authorities and telecommunication operators will be exchanging ideas on ways to preserve Internet freedom in electoral times in Cameroon. This is taking place … Continue reading Cameroon To Preserve Internet Freedom in Electoral times.
A scholarship program for the year 2018/2019 has been launched by the Cameroon National Youth Council. The information was made public recently by the Cameroon National Youth Council for Bamenda II, in partnership with the society of independent vocational and professional institutions and other voluntary organizations and partners. Prospective candidates have been called upon to seize this opportunity and apply for the scholarship. The scholarship specialties include computerized accounting, human resource management, office automation, account clerk amongst others. The program also involves training in informal sectors, such as production of yoghurt, bakery products, hair dressing, furniture, tailoring and designing, mechanics … Continue reading Bamenda II Cameroon National Youth Council Launches 2018/2019 Scholarship Program.
A physical exercise program aimed at fighting Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) will be launch on Thursday 13th Septembr, 2018 at the Baptist Center, Nkwen Bamenda by the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services. The program will be an opportunity for leaders, stakeholders, influencers and media people to talk on the need to prioritize the fight against NCDs by developing and adopting friendly policies at work and to move from commitment to tangible actions that results in the improvement of health and lives of all people in the community. The launching which comes 15 days ahead of the 3rd UN High Level … Continue reading Cameroon Baptist Convention Fights Non-Communicable Diseases.