FIS passes the Community System to the scanner
It is no longer a secret for anyone, FIS is one of the most prolific Civil Society Organizations in Cameroon. After having already published many studies on the management of Malaria, Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, in order to draw authority’s attention to the realities on the field, difficulties encountered by the Communities in particular, the structure that promotes Health has renewed the experience. And this time around, it is the entire Community System that is revisited. After reading the study, what is revealed is that, this system is not functioning normally due to its proper actors, a situation that also impacts the results, although it is true that many efforts have been recorded.
The study entitled "Analysis of the Community System in response to HIV, Malaria and Tuberculosis in Cameroon" was commissioned as part of the drafting of funding requests to be submitted to the Global Fund. It aims to scrutinize the Community System as seen by its Actors, in order to present during the elaboration of the 2017 Concept Note, evidence relevant to the strengthening of the Health System. To carry out this project, the Principal Investigator, Bienvenue NGUEJIO TSOBENG and his whole team supported by all the FIS Cameroon Staff have worked together.
It should be emphasized that, this study was carried out with the financial support of BACKUP Santé, a global program implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and mandated by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development ), with the recommendation of the Country Coordinating Mechanism Cameroon. It comes within the framework of Execution Contract N° 0179 of October 18, 2016, between the Ministry of Public Health and the Organization of the Civil Society "For Impacts in Social Health" (FIS Cameroon).
Please download the study from the link accompanying this article.
Benoit BISSOHONG B.