Leaders of the CBC Health Services converged on Yaounde for a Leadership and Spiritual Retreat from September 10-11, 2021. The two-day retreat, which took place at the CBC Health Services Recourse Centre of Excellence at
The CBC Health Services has remained committed to promoting sports in general and specifically sports for persons with disabilities given its soft spot on promoting disability inclusion in all domains. This has been evident in the
About 60 teachers and some leaders drawn from Lycee Classique and Lycee Bilingue in Bafoussam have undergone a 3-day workshop on Inclusive Education under the theme, “Including all Learners in Teaching and Learning
A 2-day Child Safeguarding workshop geared towards the building of the capacities of Focal Persons within Partner Organizations (POs), Stakeholders, and Service Providers of the Empowerment and Disability Inclusive
The Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services has once again been heralded by the press in Cameroon, for outstanding services to Cameroonians. The recognition this time around particularly singled out its work on
The humanitarian works of the CBC Health Services in general and its leader, Prof. Tih Pius Muffih in particular have been in the spotlight of the media and the civil society in the recent past. The fact that the CBC Health Services
Crises of all types are channels for human beings to express their worst vices. It is also during these moments that human values such as solidarity, empathy, generosity and love are tested.
The Inclusive Eye Health (IEH) Project in the Context of COVID-19 has kicked off effective implementation with the organization of workshops to capacitate health care providers to ensure optimal achievement of project objectives. To this end, the IEH Project organized
The Director in Charge of Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases at the Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Nko Ayissi George has underlined the importance of clubfoot management in Cameroon stating the commitment of the Ministry of Public Health (MOH) in ensuring that
Madame Itoe Beryl Ekombe, Secretary General in Ministry of Social Affairs (MINAS) has reechoed government’s resolve to promote the social inclusion policy for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs). This is evident in the enactment of law No. 2010/002 of April 13, 2010, which
The Regional Training Centre (RTC) for Excellence, Mutengene with a mandate to train proficient health leaders into the health industry in Cameroon, has lived up to this mission by graduating another batch of health professionals.