It’s time to know my blood pressure status and quit using tobacco! At a time when the world is preparing to recover from the ravages of COVID-19, there is a global call for Non-
By Nadege Ngeh
“In 2013, I clocked 34, and suddenly, what generally seemed easy or simple for everyone became a tough task for me. My kidneys failed. The doctor explained that I was born with abnormal kidneys and that this contributed
The CBC Health Services kick starts a pilot model to integrate HIV and NCD Care services in six of her facilities namely: Nkwen Baptist Health Centre, Banso Baptist Hospital,
The CBC Health Services joined the international community to commemorate World Diabetes Day on November 14, 2019. “The Family and Diabetes,” theme of this year’s cerebration, emphasized the importance of raising
The NCD Prevention and Control Program supported by the World Diabetes Foundation, has during a three Day training, sharpened the capacity of over 22 Diabetes Educators of the CBC Health Services from the 16th to the 18th of May 2019. The purpose of this refresher training was to strengthen skills of the Diabetic Educators to
What Women Want survey was a great opportunity offered by the White Ribbon Alliance for Cameroonian women to make their voices heard and their opinions known as far as the quality of their maternal and reproductive health is concerned. This initiative was welcomed and fully engaged by the CBCHS team.
The Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services’ NCD Prevention and Control Program has trained some 14 community Peer Educators to support Diabetes and Hypertension patient care. This took place in Yaounde on the 16th and 17th of April, 2019.
Titles of movies are sometimes very impressive but when it comes to chronic Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) like cardiovascular diseases, cancers, diabetes, just to name but these few, no one wants to be impressed with the reality in Cameroon.