By Fru Rita & Njoka Divine Edited by Mufuh Ramiro The continuous delivery of babies with clubfoot each year, neglect of these babies, ignorance of the right treatment methods for clubfoot deformities, and the inadequate existence of clubfoot treatment services are some of the challenges involved in handling clubfoot deformity in Cameroon.
Written by Fru Rita Ngum Edited by Njoka D. Ngwang Princely Nchamukong, a 40-year person with a disability (PWD), living with mobility impairment almost burst into tears of joy when the Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) field worker of the CBC Health Services for Mezam Division, Mr. Njego Clarence made his entrance with a tricycle into […]
Written by Fru Rita Ngum & edited by BONKUNG Handerson Councilors of Jakiri Council have taken the commitment to mainstream disability in the revision of the development plan of the Council due to take place this year. The councilors took the commitment at the end of a one day workshop organized by the Council in […]
By Fru Rita Ngum Mercy Ships, a humanitarian Non-Governmental Organization in collaboration with the Cameroon Clubfoot Care (CCC) project have treated 25 children with clubfoot deformity and over 200 Cameroonians with other diseases within 9 months of providing high level quality health care services in Cameroon.
Written by Awa Jacques Chirac & Fru Rita Ngum. Edited by Njoka Divine & Bonkung Handerson The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) and the Cameroon Clubfoot Care Project (CCCP) has held a working session for the setting-up of a National Clubfoot Initiative in Cameroon. The expectations and actions arrived at during the