The Health Department Of Cameroon is ensuring that they do everything within their means to ensure that the deadly disease malaria which has robber innumerable lives in Africa is kjept under control in the country.
The number of deaths in Cameroon has increased because of the cholera epidemic in the country.
Cameroon has been unable to meet its goal with regard to maternal health as more and more mothers lose their lives during childbirth.
Yaounde, Cameroon Africa(Cameroon News) – Cameroon has not been able to meet the deadlines or the targeted goals on Maternal Health. Cameroon has promised to bring down its maternal deaths by 75 percent from 1990 levels, but in comparison with the statistics taken during that year, more women are now losing their lives. Last year […]
Cameroon Health Care: The French government in pursuance of its Debt Relief and Development Contract (C2D) assistance in Cameroon, has provided a subvention of FCFA 2.5 billion to the Council of Protestant Churches in Cameroon, Catholic Health Association and ALUCHEM Medical Foundation, all religious denomination organs in the country.
The latest attack of Swine Fever in Cameroon creates a shock tremor all over the region.
Cameroonian swine farmers may lose around 100,000 pigs due to the attack of African Swine Fever which has been reported in the country.
European Commission will also join the rest of the charities and organizations who are trying their best to bring the cholera attack under control.
The monsoons that have been ravaging Cameroon during this year has resulted in worsening the cholera epidemic that has almost devoured the country.
Cameroon has been ranked 73 rd among the 79 under developed countries in a survey on ‘best place to be a mother’