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Cameroon’s Northwest region has some of the worst health and poverty outcomes in the country. Since 2011, with financing from the Government, IDA – the World Bank’s Fund for the poorest countries, and others, Cameroon has been improving those outcomes with a program called Performance Based Financing (PBF). Building on that work, in 2017, with the support of the Global Financing Facility (GFF), Cameroon through close collaboration and coordination among the government, partners and civil society, will scale-up high impact interventions such as PBF to the regions identified as the priority in the national Investment Case.
Cameroon healthcare system ( https://www.globalsurance.com/health-insurance/cameroon/ ) We operate with the most respected and trusted worldwide health insurance coverage who are dedicated to servicing the requirements of the expanding worldwide expat population. Our long term relationships with them have been constructed on trust, and we can easily get a lot more competitive rates than if you went direct to the insurance company. Cameroon individual health insurance plan Designed to cover one individual person per policy, an individual medical insurance plan will typically give medical cover. These plans are ideal for individual expats or retired persons, workers, students, and frequent visitors who spend a large portion of their time in Cameroon. If this sounds like this might be the go...
Since its introduction, PBF has been improving the availability, accessibility and quality of health services in Cameroon. This film takes a closer look at the PBF pilot in the South-West region, which prior to the introduction of PBF in 2012, struggled to provide the community with basic health services.
In honor of WMD 2014 in Cameroon, Malaria No More was invited by the Ministry of Public Health to take part in the official WMD Ceremony at the Hilton Hotel in the capital city of Yaounde. Student winners of a malaria art contest were awarded certificates by the Minister of Public Health himself!
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John Mbah Akuroh’s report, “An SMS Away”, introduces a mobile-phone app that pregnant women in distress use to alert health-care workers. The app allows them to send a text message to doctors and, at the same time, shows ambulance drivers the patient’s location on a map.
Denis Foretia, surgeon, speaks at Emory University on "Understanding Healthcare in Cameroon - Challenges & Opportunities". His talk focused on the national health strategy, burden of disease, problem with access to care, shortage of health personnel and market opportunities.
Du 05 au 17 Novembre 2014, s’est tenu dans la salle de formation du Service de Gynécologie et Obstétrique de l’Hôpital Régional de Maroua,au Cameroun un atelier de formation sur les soins obstétricaux et néonatals essentiels d’urgence (SONEU) et prévention de la transmission mère/enfant du VIH (PTME). Ont pris part à ladite formation les prestataires de plusieurs services de santé maternelle et néonatale de la Région de l’Extrême-Nord. L’objectif principal de cette formation était de renforcer les capacités et aptitudes des prestataires de soins et de standardiser les pratiques en santé maternelle et néonatale dont le but final est de réduire la mortalité maternelle et néonatale. L’atelier a vu la participation de 20 personnels de santé venus de diverses structures de santé
In this video, USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program - Procurement and Supply Management Project (GHSC-PSM) staff in Cameroon and our partners at the Ministry of Health speak about how the project’s drug distribution strategy is helping get health products to the Wum district in a faster, safer, and more efficient way.
Vicky Ngamsha and Cameroon mental health
'My name is Edith Focho, I have a recurring dream. A dream that is becoming a reality. A dream you can be a part of. Join me in making a difference.' Sparkol supports Edith's Dream and The Grace Foundation Trust in providing healthcare and health education to remote communities in Cameroon, West Africa. Read more here -- http://blog.sparkol.com/charity-transforms-hospital-in-cameroon-thanks-to-you/ http://www.edithsdream.org/
Walter Wilson Nana, VoicesofAfrica mobile reporter in Buea, Cameroon (3 September 2008) The 6th edition of the African Traditional Medicine Day, Sunday, August 31 did not pass unnoticed in Cameroon. It was an issue of utmost importance and interest to the people and government of Cameroon. Prime Minister, Ephraim Inoni was in the heart of commemorative activities in Cameroon's political capital, Yaounde. Inoni announced Cameroon's government commitment in institutionalising, promoting and practice of traditional medicine in the country. Working hand-in-glove with World Health Organisation, WHO, Cameroon's Ministry of Public Health placed the commemorative activities on the theme "The Role of Traditional Health Practitioners in Primary Health Care." Inoni gave insights on a code of ethics...
In June 2010, one co-worker went to Babungo, rural Cameroon, to install a stand-alone hybrid solar PV system to electrify the Babungo Integrated Healthcare Centre (BIHC). The generated electricity is used for running and lighting the BIHC hospital and for running refrigerators used for conserving vaccines. The project was a joint effort of Picosol (www.picosol.nl), the Babungo foundation (www.babungo.org) and Advisolar. The project was funded by: 1) Triodos Bank (www.triodos.com) 2) Net4kids aid foundation (www.net4kids.org) 3) Share4more, the Rabobank Group Employee Fund 4) Impulsis (www.impulsis.nl)
Vicky Ngamsha and Cameroon mental health