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BAYA – Providing Platform For Women To Fight Stigmatization Against HIV

BAYA – Providing Platform For Women To Fight Stigmatization Against HIV

BAy The prevalence of HIV/AIDS has unfortunately remained an ‘epidermic of women’ in most local communities around Cameroon because of their unequal cultural and economic status in society. In such communities, initiating discussions about sex remains a taboo especially amongst women and girls.   Most women living with HIV are often considered promiscuous and this […]

UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE (Let BEER pay for HEALTHCARE cost)

UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE (Let BEER pay for HEALTHCARE cost)

  Universal Health Coverage (UHC) ensures that no one is denied access to quality care or delivered a substandard care than available just because he/she cannot pay.  It also guarantees that no one gets bankrupt because of falling sick, which is really not of their fault. To accomplish this, we need to eliminate direct payments […]

World Bank Rescues Commuters On Babadjou-Bamenda Death-trap

World Bank Rescues Commuters On Babadjou-Bamenda Death-trap

The World Bank has pledged to fund the rehabilitation of the Babadjou-Bamenda road, which is regarded today by commuters as a death-trap. Officials of the institution made the pledge in a meeting with the Minister of Public Works in Yaounde on August 9. The 41 kilometre stretch that links Babadjou in the West Region to Bamenda […]

Flooding More “Corrupt Doctors ” into Cameroonian Hospitals

Flooding More “Corrupt Doctors ”  into Cameroonian Hospitals

The Minster of Public Health, Engineer Mama Fouda, recently authorized and distributed all over the Nation, hundreds of recent graduates from the Faculties of Medicine in the name of posting decisions. These young physicians represent the most intelligent and ambitious Cameroonians who have dedicated at least 21 years of their lives to intense studies under […]

Climate Change Radio Network Adopts Road Map For 2016

Climate Change Radio Network Adopts Road Map For 2016

Climate Change Radio Network (CC-Radio Network) has adopted a road map for the second semester of 2016, with the objective of attracting more members, effectively create awareness on issues of Climate Change and produce professional programs for member radio stations amongst others. The plan of action was validated at an executive bureau meeting of the […]

Farewell Christopher Ndikum

Farewell Christopher Ndikum

It was the final farewell to Christopher Ndikum Munelah, the veteran sport commentator, journalist and station manager who passed away on Saturday April 16, 2016. Present where journalist from across the Northwest region and Cameroon as a whole, politicians, government officials, and friends and family members, friends and sympathizers. From family members and colleagues, to […]

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