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African Leaders Urged To Mitigate Aflatoxins

African leaders have been called upon to collectively address the aflatoxins challenge in Africa as they are a major health risk and impede the agricultural and trade sectors of the continent. The call was made at the 2nd Partnership for Aflatoxin Control in Africa (PACA) Partnership Platform Meeting, PPM organised by the African Union Commission, October 11-13, 2016 in ...Full Article

‘Malaria No More’ Embarks On Community Based Anti-Malaria Campaign

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Within the framework of the fight against Malaria, Malaria No More, an NGO combating the spread of the disease, October 5, carried out a clean ...Full Article

Medic Dismisses Link Between Blindness and Garri

By Maxcel Fokwen The Director of Kumba District Hospital, Dr Zachs Ebongo Nanje, has dismissed the notion that garri consumption causes blindness. The Ophthalmologist made the clarification to reporters ...Full Article

Teenage Pregnancy Surges, 10-year-old Bears Twins

It could be one of the most alarming stories about teenage pregnancy. Lydia is ten years old and she just had twins, earning her the nickname ‘’The Youngest Manyi ...Full Article

Nurses’ Association President Faces Impeachment For Unmasking Corruption

By Isidore Abah Catherine Arrey Takor, National President of the Association of the Professions of Nurse, Midwife and Health Technician, is currently facing threats of impeachment for unmasking a ...Full Article

Woman Delivers After 2-Year Pregnancy

A 30-year-old girl, Saturday August 6, delivered a baby boy weighing four kg, after 21 months of pregnancy. Georgiana Kindzeka, who hails from Jakiri, Bui Division in the Northwest ...Full Article

3rd Illegal Chinese Fishing Trawler Caught On Cameroonian Waters

By Francis Tim Mbom A Chinese fishing trawler, code named Liao Yunshuyu 0580, was, on Wednesday, July 13, caught by Cameroon soldiers of the Rapid Intervention Battalion (BIR), around ...Full Article

Bird Flu Outbreak: World Bank To Assist Gov’t Compensate Poultry Farmers

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Yaounde-based World Bank Group Country Director for Angola, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Sao Tomé & Principe, Elisabeth Huybens, has declared the Bank’s willingness ...Full Article

Most Albinos Die Because Of Lack Of Treatment – President

By Etienne Mainimo Mengnjo The President of the Association of Female Albinos in Cameroon, Marie Madeleine Wafo, has observed that most Albinos die of cancer due to lack of ...Full Article

Cameroon Celebrates Blood Donors’ Day Amidst Dry Blood Bank

By Fanny Mbain Cameroonians, June 14 joined the international community to celebrate the 2016 edition of Blood Donors’ Day, amidst reports of dry blood banks in hospitals across the ...Full Article
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