Hope and Life Cameroun
A partner organization of KamerunGO!
Hope and Life Cameroon is a humanitarian association working to improve the living conditions of the population in order to enable them to live better lives.
It is governed by Act No. 90/053 of 19 December 1990 on freedom of association, authorization number 018/2018/RDA/C19/SAAJP of 16 January 2018 by the Prefect of the Wouri Department.
Hope and Life Cameroun
With our association Hope and Life Cameroun we want to establish the first medical center in Bekoko and run it with local employees. The aim is to create a contact point that offers advice and prevention work. We purpose is to improve the health situation in Bekoko in the long term.
We plan to open the medical center in January 2019. More information will be provided in the next few weeks.
- Our goal is to raise awareness for tropical diseases that threaten society such as malaria and tuberculosis
- Promote mutual aid and assistance based on the principles of equity, for young people, families, disaster victims and the elderly
- Cooperate with associations with similar objectives and goals
Our values and priorities
We aim to sustainabilty improve the health situation in Cameroon
Effectiveness and measurability of actions
Evidence-based health interventions that meet the needs and desired of the people
Innovation and sustainability
Innovative and locally adapted health interventions that are durable as well as sustainable
Integrity and fairness
Commitment to provide help to all people, independent of their confession, gender or ethnicity
Dynamic collaboration with all stakeholders for a national coverage
The KamerunGO! association aims to set up a health centre managed by local employees. It will be a care and consultation centre and we will work with local hospitals when necessary.
In this way, the inhabitants of Bekoko, as well as the surrounding area will have the opportunity to receive help in case of acute illness, accidents and will be able to receive advice on health. In addition, children will be able to be vaccinated and small interventions for the elderly will be carried out on the spot, which is not currently possible in the region. Our objective is to continuously and sustainably increase the health situation in the area. We will collaborate with hospitals or other medical centres in the region.
René Samuel Marcel V
Victorine Marcelle II TCHAMGOUE
MPOME Claude Marcel
MOUNDO BLACK Ruth
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