Give Emmanuel A Brighter Future

Emmanuel Ndam is a regular teenager with an irregular problem. Emmanuel’s parents realised that one of his legs was larger than the other from birth. This observation proved to be true as the larger leg kept increasing as time passed. Over the years, Emmanuel’s family spent almost every franc they had, in quest for answers as they went to all big hospitals around the country in search for treatment to no avail. The leg kept growing in size and presently weighs 48.6 KG Recently, an orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Mutsu Venantius,…

Read More

CBCHS Donates Equipment to University of Bamenda

    By Fru Rita Ngum The CBC Health Services (CBCHS) has donated equipment worth over 8 million cfa to the University of Bamenda for the setting up of an inclusive resource center to facilitate teaching and learning for lecturers and all students including students with disabilities in the University. The donation of the equipment is within the framework of a partnership formalized in 2015 between the CBC Health Services and the University of Bamenda with the objective to foster collaboration, facilitate advancement in knowledge and provide opportunities for experience…

Read More

SEEPD Innovates Again during Commemoration of the African Child in the NWR

By Fru Rita Ngum The Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (SEEPD) programme showcased another dimension in their creativity during commemorative activities marking the 2017 Day of the African Child. The programme organized a contest for children aged 9-18 years in a ceremony that took place on June 15, 2017 at Nkwen CBC Church in Bamenda Baptist bringing together 43 children selected out of the 136 children who registered to participate in the contest.

Read More

DMOs Pledge to Improve on Inclusive Health Services Delivery in the NWR

District Medical Officers (DMOs) in the NWR and Coordinators of Programmes at the Regional Delegation of Public Health have pledged their commitment to put in place measures that will improve on inclusive health care so that more persons with disabilities will access health services. They were speaking on June 8, 2017 at the Baptist Center in Bamenda during a workshop organized by the Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disability (SEEPD) programme.

Read More