Councils in the Northwest Region continue to put in place strategies to promote inclusion in their developmental actions.
Services for Persons with Disabilities
Some eight journalists from six media houses and over 30 health workers from all the districts in the West region have received training
Research Findings; CBC Health Services, Partners Assess Barriers Limiting Access of Women and Girls with Disabilities to Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
The CBC Health Services in collaboration with the Liliane Foundation and the Radboud University together with academic partners in Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Zambia, and Uganda
The CBC Health Services through the Comprehensive Program for Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities and Inclusive Access to Basic Services of Health and Education in the Northwest Region of Cameroon is piloting an inclusive healthcare service delivery initiative through a system-strengthening approach in five health districts in the Northwest region.
West Region embraces Hope and Healing International funded projects to cater for Persons with Disabilities
Major stakeholders, mainly interested government departments in the West region of Cameroon have wholeheartedly embraced the CBC Health Services’ clamor to provide holistic healthcare services to persons with disabilities in the entire region with particular focus on children with disabilities.
Project Investigator and Director of Health Services, DHS, Prof. Tih Pius Muffih has admonished the staff and stakeholders of the Hope and Healing International portfolio to serve faithfully and committed as actual owners of the project.
Living in the outskirts of the Tubah subdivision in the Northwest Region of Cameroon are young people with disabilities who have never received education on HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) despite their vulnerability.
Bamenda III Council solicits CBC Health Services’ Expertise to drill Youths on Holiday on Inclusive Health
The Bamenda III Council of the Northwest region of Cameroon works hard to bring development to the community through youth empowerment programs. As part of their corporate social responsibility,
The ball has been set rolling for activities to accelerate in the current Project Year (FY24) for Hope and Healing International funded projects of the Socio Economic