In Africa like many other parts of the world, attending school is always one of the most enjoyable experiences of childhood. It is because of school that most children get the opportunity to get new things (school material), leave
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The Director of CBC Health Services has challenged some students of the University of Bamenda to continue mainstreaming disabilities in their studies. Prof. Tih Pius was speaking while handing over some equipment to
The milestones made by the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services in Inclusive Education (IE) must be sustained and propagated. This is a huge goal that the organization cannot achieve by itself without the involvement of other stakeholders. This was
Discipline Masters, the Director of CISPAM, School guidance counselors, some students including those with impairments, and the President of parents support groups of Lycee Classique and Lycee Bilingue in Bafoussam have put in place Safeguarding Guidelines for
The CBC Health Services’ Empowerment and Disability Inclusive Development (EDID) Program is currently undertaking the training of teachers drawn from Lycée Classique and Lycée Bilingue de Bafoussam in the West Region of Cameroon, on Inclusive Education.
Matakon is a dynamic 17-year old boy in Moudawa, a hard to reach locality in Mouda, a subdivision in the Far North Region of Cameroon. Matakon has a mobility impairment, which he sustained from a fire incident in 2014.
Over 200 children with disabilities from the West, Northwest, and Adamawa Regions have received COVID-19 emergency kits and food items worth 5 million fcfa donated
The University of Bamenda (UBa) alongside the Northwest Regional Delegations of Secondary and Basic Education have taken commitment to continue fostering inclusion