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By Leocadia Bongben The Permanent Secretary, National Tuberculosis Control Programme, Dr. Jean Louis Foe Abena, has attributed the present scarcity of Tuberculosis drugs to long administrative procedures that follow contract awards. He told journalists, over the weekend that, even when the programme has money to purchase the drugs, it has to go through a long procedure. He also remarked ...Full Article
By Francis Tim Mbom Dr. Christopher Fongoum Giddo found out, after offering free clinical examination, to some 51 elderly persons in the Batoke community on Thursday, January 6, that ...Full Article
By Helen Ngoh An outbreak of cholera in six regions in Cameroon killed hundreds of people in 2010. In May, the first cases of cholera were reported in the ...Full Article
By Anne Munjong The Minister of Women’s Empowerment and the Family, Prof. Marie Therese Obama, has encouraged the women of Manyu Division to abandon the old tradition of female ...Full Article
By Nformi Sonde Kinsai The Embassy of Israel in Yaounde and a local NGO, Hope Solidarity, are targeting at least 5000 people for consultation and treatment at the ...Full Article
By Elvis Tah & Joe Dinga Pefok Southwest Delegate of Public Health, Dr. John Chuwanga, has made a clarion call for the population to maintain proper hygiene and sanitation ...Full Article
By Chris Mbunwe The 2011-2015 National Strategic Plan for the fight against HIV/AIDS pandemic has revealed that Cameroon is occupying the first position in West and Central Africa with ...Full Article
By Elvis Tah The Director of the Buea Regional Hospital Annex, Dr. Victor Mbome Njie, has confirmed that the hospital has received seven cases of cholera and two of ...Full Article
By Marceline Chick Some researchers from the University of Southern California, Los Angelos, USA, in partnership with the University of Buea, UB, shall begin probing health care systems within ...Full Article