A Speech By The US Deputy Chief Of Missions H.E Mathieu Smith On The Occasion Of The Send Forth Party For Dr. Omotayo Bolu, CDC Country Director On June 21, 2016 In Yaounde- Cameroon.

I want to thank our host, CBC Health Board which is a very special organization. We just had our COP experience. What I was able to say on our COP experience is that we have the best partners in the world. What makes them the best partners in the world is that they were serious about HIV and AIDS before PEPFAR arrived and they are going to be serious about HIV and AIDS until HIV and AIDS are a memory. We are not creating new capacity, we are augmenting new…

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Dr. Omotayo Leaves Cameroon With A Great Legacy In HIV/AIDS Work

The CDC Country Director, Dr. Omotayo Bolu has received a grandiose send forth party organized for her honour by the CBC Health Board and other consortium members. Holding at the Bois Saint Anastasie Garden in Yaounde on June 21, 2016 The party provided the US Embassy, Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board (CBCHB), Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF), Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), and Care and Health Partners (CHP) staff who turned out massively for the event to…

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More HIV-Free babies born to positive mothers

By Clementina Njang Yong The CBC Health Board’s Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV project has continued to initiate HIV positive pregnant women into anti-retroviral therapy. More and more women tested HIV positive during pregnancy receive the drug that prevents the virus from being transmitted to their babies. This uptake of ARVs by pregnant women has continued to yield positive results. Success stories showcasing its efficacy are numerous in single, double and multiple births. The consequent result has been happiness and a bright future for parents and…

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