FIS Staff at the PTMCT School in Mutengene.

In the context of the civil society organizations important role for the health care improvement, recently reinforced by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s), it's become a real emergency to start making change occurs as regards of 2030 is approaching. The Health domain, part of the SDG’s, the health of mother and child specifically, have given to Cameroun Baptist Convention (CBC) the opportunity of strengthening about 20 Civil Society Actors in Mutengene South West region of Cameroon, in order to give them basic material to better structured Health Community Response. Three days workshops have been necessary with as main objective to strengthen CBOs and CSO's Community HIV/PMTCT Sensitization and Mobilization in order to improve Cameroon Health System.

It’s in this framework that three FIS’s staff members (Anicet Digui, Michèle Bonkoum and Benoit Bissohong) have been part of the workshop that has as expected results,  to have more influences and good practices of CSOs on the field to gather all the efforts for the well being of people in general.