The Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence, Joseph Beti Assomo presided at the ceremony to launch the distribution of the medication and medical supplies.
The government of Cameroon through the Ministry of Defence has benefitted from the donation of an important consignment of medication and medical supplies by the Mark Foundation International USA and International Relief Teams USA.
The donation was facilitated by the Limona Foundation International Cameroon whose co-founder and Country Director, Nfinyo T. Mabu represented the two donor organisations during the launching ceremony of the distribution of the medication at the Head quarters Brigade in Yaounde on September 21, 2021.
The donation is intended to salvage the health situation of soldiers and the population mostly refugees, women, children and other vulnerable people in conflict and security crisis-affected regions. These regions include the Far North Region that is facing Boko Haram insurgents, East Region that faces security threats and a large number of refugees due to insecurity in the Central African Republic and Internally Displaced Persons from the socio-political crisis in the South West and North West Regions. A series of diseases are targeted including HIV, Covid-19 pandemic and the distribution of the medication will be done free of charge.
The Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defence Joseph Beti Assomo while presiding at the ceremony to launch the distribution of the medication and medical supplies at the Head quarters Brigade in Yaounde on September 21, 2021 lauded the patriotism of Nfinyo Mabu for stepping up advocacy for the country to benefit from the assistance. He recalled that Cameroon had been facing security ch...
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