The Cameron Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services has joined other sister health institutions across the globe in commemorating the 2020 World Mental Health Day. During the event on October 10, 2020, the staff of the Mental Health Department called for increased investment at all levels to make mental health services more accessible to all. Odilia […]
Ntchanchwe Delphine is a student with mobility impairment in the Higher Institute of Management and Commerce of the University of Bamenda (UBa) who has gone through terrible experiences studying in the institution since two years ago. She has not been able to
Some 22 students with a visual impairment from Lycee Classique and Lycee Bilingue de Bafoussam have acquired skills in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in a 3 weeks workshop organized by the two institutions in collaboration with the
The Ministry of Public Health (MOH) has pledged its readiness to work with the CBC Health Services to ensure increased access to clubfoot treatment following the recent Ministerial Approval on the treatment of Clubfoot treatment using the Ponseti method. Dr.
The problem of disability is a complicated dilemma to Africa, known for the value it attaches to procreation. The ability to bear children is a blessing from God or the gods and an assurance of continued lineage, especially if one is lucky enough to bring forth male offspring.
We met Carol at “La rue de la joie” (the street of joy) in Foumbot, unlike its name which evokes feelings of happiness, the street is a narrowly-tarred-track of about 200 meters long. With some old dilapidated buildings dotted in the area like in other parts of Foumbot,
The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic at the dawn of 2020 has literally forced everyone the world at large to adjust their routine activities in different ways, in a bid to fight the deadly epidemic. Health facilities have been
The anxiety of embarking on an unknown journey can be frightful to many. While the fear of the unknown can keep some from life-transforming ventures, a little push from someone who has experienced and benefitted from such a voyage may just be the
Baida Rosaline, a young woman of 27 years in Kaele, a predominantly Muslim community in the Far North Region of Cameroon finds hope in the Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) for her son with disability in a community where giving birth to a child with
Empowerment and Disability Inclusive Development (EDID) Program Manager, Mrs. Agho Glory has called on all relevant stakeholders in the East, North and Far North Regions of Cameroon to put their hands-on deck to put an end to the exclusion of
The staff members of Plan International Cameroon have been schooled on Community Based Inclusive Development (CBID), an aspect of less focused in the Organization over the years. The 3-day workshop organized by the Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with