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Koumateke, Twin Babies To Be Buried April 30

By Joe Dinga Pefok The remains of Monique Koumateke and her two twin babies, who died under controversial circumstances at the Laquintinie Hospital in Douala, March 12, 2016, will be laid to rest on Saturday, April 30, 2016 in her village in Nkam Division Littoral Region. The bodies have since been lying at the Douala Laquintinie Hospital mortuary. The ...Full Article

Mosquito Nets Pitched For Football Encounters

By Maxcel Fokwen Pleas from Government officials urging the population to properly use treated mosquito bed nets, to enhance the drive towards eradicating malaria and other diseases seems to ...Full Article

Proper Use Of Female Condom Would Curb STIs-Official

By Leocadia Bongben Women can relax and enjoy sex without fear of sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancies with the proper use of female condom. Martha Sisi, a commercial ...Full Article

Another Gov’t Hospital Scandal: Family Loses Quadruplets

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai One Alfred Nkimih and his wife, Honorine Nshi, who lost four new born babies at the Yaounde Central Hospital, have blamed the tragedy on the ...Full Article

Young Girls Tutored On Menstrual Hygiene

African Woman Education Partnership, AWEDP, USA Forum has trained some female youngsters in the Southwest and Northwest Regions on menstrual hygiene. Accompanied by Angadkaur of Yoga Without Borders, AWEDP ...Full Article

Nigerian Community, UBA Finance Bakassi Toilet Project

By Andrew Nsoseka The Nigerian community in Cameroon and the United Bank for Africa, UBA, have jointly financed a project to construct toilets in Bakassi. The venture was launched ...Full Article

Malaria Mortality Rate Drops 66% In Africa

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The death rate from malaria infections in Africa has dropped by an overall 66 percent and 71 percent among children under five since 2000, says ...Full Article

30,000 Cows Vaccinated In Bui

The Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industry, MINEPIA, has vaccinated some 30,000 cows in Bui Division against Bovine pleura-pneumonia, pasteureuosis, lumpy skin disease and Black Quarter. The cows ...Full Article

Don’t Stigmatise Us, Deafness Is Not Contagious- Students

Staff and students of the Buea School for the Deaf and Dumb have urged Cameroonians to stop the stigmatisation, isolation and discrimination against them. The students and officials of ...Full Article

Poliomyelitis Is Deadly – Medic

A medic, Dr. Fabrice Fokoue, has stated that, among some of the diseases that are very deadly in the society today is poliomyelitis, which affects both children and pregnant ...Full Article
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