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Sights Unseen Donates Free Sight Glasses To Children

By Francis Tim Mbom A US-based NGO, Sights Unseen, in collaboration with the Limbe Rotary Club, recently donated some eye correction glasses to some children at the Save the Children Alliance Orphanage and the Chantal Biya Foundation School in Limbe. Robert Hites and Justin Barger of Sights Unseen said they were very happy, through their NGO, to help a ...Full Article

Health Ministry Tracks Performance Of Kumba Hospital Staff

By Maxcel Fokwen The Ministry of Public Health, Andrea Mama Fouda, has announced a renewed plan to keep track of the performance of workers of the Kumba District Hospital ...Full Article

MTN Foundation, SANOFI Provides Succour To Hypertension, Diabetes Patients

By Bouddih Adams & Leocadia Bongben MTN Foundation Cameroon and SANOFI, February 18, signed a partnership agreement to fight against Diabetes and Blood Pressure, BP, in Cameroon. The agreement, ...Full Article

Ebola In West Africa: One Year After Outbreak

By Jude Fuhnwi in Dakar, Senegal “Although the Ebola outbreak is approaching its 1st anniversary, and even though it appears ‘the worst is over’, and reported new cases seem ...Full Article

Malnutrition Is Stagnating Cameroon’s Economic Growth—UNICEF Boss

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Resident Representative of the United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund, UNICEF, in Cameroon, Fecilité Tchibindat, says malnutrition in children is not only a health problem ...Full Article

Acute Staff, Infrastructure Shortage Hits Kumba District Hospital

By Maxcel Fokwen The Director of the Kumba District Hospital, Dr. Zachs Ebongo Nanje, has lamented that the institution is suffering from an acute shortage of staff and infrastructure ...Full Article

Corruption, Inhuman Treatment Scandal Rock Buea Regional Hospital

By Isidore Abah Persons living with HIV/AIDSin Buea have decried the unbridled corruption and inhuman treatment rocking the Buea Regional Hospital. Grouped under the umbrella of Hope is Rising ...Full Article

Cancer Is Curable, Preventable – Expert

By Yvonne Massa Ako “Cervical cancer is the second most prevalent cancer in women followed by breast cancer. Those highly vulnerable to this disease are women from 35-40 years.” ...Full Article

SONARA GM, ARA Refiners Strategize, Fight Ebola

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Eradicating Polio Is State

 Public Health Minister, Andre Mama Fouda, has reiterated that the fight to eradicate poliomyelitis remains one of the commitment of the Government of Cameroon.  Speaking on September 19 in ...Full Article
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