Universal Health Coverage
Find attached to this article, a Case Study on the perception of Communities engagement in Tuberculosis response in Cameroon. A perception compiled within the project "Strenghtening comprehensive response to Tuberculosis that engage and are accountable to Communities in Cameroon" funded by Stop TB Partnership.
Cameroon will submit on Monday 28 August, 2017 its Tuberculosis/HIV Grant request to Global Fund. To do this, the process called Country Dialogue where all Actors write the document serving as a request, is in progress. One of the most important steps in this inclusive process, is the writing of the Concept Note.
Please find attached to this article, an interesting Human interest on the Mom's light work in the Lolodorf Health District (HD) South region Cameroon. Recruted by FIS, they have significantly increased by their committment, immunization coverage rate it the District level. And the story is related by NGUEFFO LONSI Aurelie, Midwife it the District hopital.
Cameroon is submiting its TB/HIV Concept Note as a request for funding for the 2018-2020 allocation period this Monday 28 August, 2017 to Global Fund. A submission that concludes Cameroon Country Dialogue, a process in which the various stakeholders were involved.
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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.
«Accélérons l’élimination de la transmission mère-enfant et la prise en charge pédiatrique du VIH chez les enfants et adolescents », that was the theme of the National Forum on PMTCT and Children/adolescents HIV pediatric health care that just ended at the Mont Febe Hotel in Yaoundé. A National Forum placed under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Health.
Having noticed that just little community engagement updated data on the Global grants implementation are available, the CLAC (Action Communautaire pour le Leadership Collaboratif), “through Affirmative Action”, just held a day training session on community engagement and grant implementation.
Thus can be summarized the last Friday meeting between the Executive Director of FIS Cameroon, Bertrand KAMPOER who is also Coordinator of the PROVAREESC Platform and MONYUY BALON Mustapha of Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), in presence of Dr MBOI Alain Charles at the FIS office.