MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH, A PRIORITY WITH THE CBC HEALTH SERVICES

Dr Omotayo Bolu, the Cameroon Country Director for Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has referred to Cameroon as one of the countries with much achievement as far as the Local Capacity Initiative project is concerned, an example that can be emulated and replicated in other countries implementing the same project. Her appreciation of this project took place during the launching of the Policy Advocacy Strategic Plan of the project in Bamenda April, 2016. She also took time to commend the work of dialogue structures who have proven that…

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CBCHS Administrators Agree on Cautious, Strategic Expansion

Expansion is a subject every organization treats with care. When CBC Health Services administrators and other leaders met at the Baptist Centre in Bamenda on March 4, 2016 during their annual coordination meeting, the subject of expanding services was preoccupying. With the CBC Director of Health Services (DHS), Prof. Tih Pius Muffih as chair, the top brass of the organization after much deliberation resolved on the need to strategically expand services in urban areas and use proceeds to fund rural health facilities which are in the majority. The administrators, however,…

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28th CBC General Session Projects Four Years in Focus

In spite of human limitations, the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Church has negotiated another bend in her history following far-reaching decisions from the 28th General Session that held in Nkwen CBC Church in Bamenda from March 29 to April 2, 2016. The 28th General Session held under the theme, “A Church for the Community” drawn from Luke 4:18-19 with Rev. Liombe Timothy, Rev. Ambola David and Rev. Shadrach Vegah as main speakers. The General Session, which is the highest decision-making body of the CBC unanimously agreed to harness her efforts…

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