The posts above show Cameroon's progress over the last two months in regards to administered vaccine doses and recovered cases. Vaccinations are a crucial step to ending the deadly pandemic. Read more here.
Above is the latest confirmed COVID-19 updates in Cameroon. It's vital to keep your ears and eyes open during this pivotal time. The situation is definitely looking brighter and things are slowly getting back to normal, keep up the great work everyone!
Na de first video dis from Corona True Tori. Group of anti dem weh dem di share true tori about di coronavirus weh e de outside. This group of amazing women has done more than 30 videos. See a playlist of all the great COVID-19 updates from Corona True Tori HERE
Bamenda Abangoh is a quarter in Menteh, a neighbourhood in Nkwen, Bamenda. Abangoh means “hills with stones” in Nkwen, the local language. Abangoh is situated in the foot of Ntambang, and currently has 68 houses, many of which hold several people. We carry on distribution of soaps to residents of Abangoh every month to help fight the spread of COVID-19. This exercise is carried out under the supervision of the Quarterhead, who encourages the efforts. We buy soap from women wh
Yaounde #SoapFor237 Distribution in Carrefour TKC, Yaoundé, Yaoundé IV subdivision Chief Abessolo and the sub-divisional office of Yaoundé IV were approached by #SoapFor237 and representatives of the Preventive Medicine Foundation to do soap distribution. They were very receptive to the idea, and were very useful in mobilisation. Soap was purchased by #SoapFor237 from The Baptist Women's group of Etoug-Ebe Baptist Church in this neighbourhood . The volunteers from Preventive
Bamenda The Upper Bayelle quarter has the youngest leader in the Nkwen Fondum, Mr. Azinwi Azefor, who also happens to be a municipal councillor. #SoapFor237 worked in collaboration with La Liberte Arts Group for this distribution. First, we had a meeting with the quarterhead, who agreed to the soap distribution and education. The process was informed by the guidance of a respected woman in the community, Mrs. Toh who is a title-holder from the quarter. Her support helped Mr.
Bamenda To learn more about how the Open Dream Scholars are working to distribute masks: https://www-open--dreams-org.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/www.open-dreams.org/amp/face-mask-scholar-led-outreach-bamenda-cameroon And watch a video about their work here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JG2OUQJdLyw&feature=emb_title
Nkwen, Bamenda Quarter Head Pa Ngante Dominic, along with assistant Quarter Head Pa Joe Fru worked with #SoapFor237 volunteers and a local soap manufacturer to distribute soap to 320 households in the Upper Futru Nkwen Quarter by the 25 to 27 of April. The volunteers were easily identified by wearing t-shirts that said “Fight Against COVID-19” and “Soap for Nkwen” and they were happy to answer the questions about COVID-19 posed by residents. In addition to sharing information
This handwashing equipment designed by Njini Daniel uses solar energy and is free for people in Ndu to use. To learn more, visit: https://www.facebook.com/CAMEROONNEWSAGENCY/posts/an-invention-of-a-hand-washing-machine-against-covid-19-in-ndu-donga-mantung-div/2814799698633063/