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CBC Health Services Volunteer Program



The program started on October 8, 2007 when Ulrich Gundert, the Head of Africa Group in the Bread for the World office in Germany contacted Prof. Tih Pius Muffih Director of CBC Health Services on the possibility of sending volunteers between the ages of 18 and 28 to the CBC Health Board for a one year voluntary service.

Frederike Decker assisting a pupil in school

Frederike Decker assisting a pupil in school


The German Volunteer program in the CBC Health Services is a development program that seeks to equip young Germans to be able to build successful careers in the future.



For Germans, the program is open to all young people between ages 18 to 28 who have to apply through Bread for the World in Germany. The application package consists of a hand written application, CV and a motivation letter. Bread for the World does the selection and sends the names of qualified candidates to the Director of CBC Health Services


  • Care and Treatment Laboratory
  • Extended Forum of Care
  • Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities
  • Antenatal Clinic
  • Baptist Comprehensive College, Nkwen
  • Ward experience with doctors and nurses
  • Outpatient Department
  • Technical Services Department
  • Technical Services Department
  • ETC….