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 «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.

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Rapport Forum National PTME.docx545.29 Ko
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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.

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Outils Atelier Affirmative Actions.docx53.64 Ko
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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.

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Following the implementation of the PACF project, that aims to reduce the number of women lost sight of PMTCT from 80% in January 2015 to January 2017 and to maintain 80% of children born to infected mothers in pediatric HIV services through the involvement of

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Human Interest story Michèle-FIS Cameroon.pdf132.93 Ko
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Find attached an article portraying the fantastic story (Good parctice) from Madam BITOMO Catherine of CIBSANTE, a private Health facility located in one of Yaounde neighborhood (Messassi), committed and passionate to save lives since 45 years ago.

EKOI Edwin

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Human Interest Study EKOI.pdf218.03 Ko
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As it is become common at FIS, find attached to this article, a Human interest Study (Good practice) from Marlene 14 years old living in Lolodorf, north part of Cameroon ahead of Amplify Change Project that aims to increase the use of  Sexual Reproductive Health services.

Anicet DIGUI

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Human interest story Amplify Change.pdf171.63 Ko
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Since June 2016, FIS has been implementing a project entitled "Community Observatory" on the Communities' response to the disease on the New Model of Financing Malaria, TB / HIV. This project aims at a better organized community response and the strengthening of the health system.

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GIZ Steering Comity report.pdf477.62 Ko
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Find attached to this article, a Human interest story based on the way the 82 05 free line is changing people's live, especially Achille. He finds on it, a friend in which he can trust. Le free line is put at the disposal of Communities for them to have informations on the health system and even denounce abuses they face while having healthcare.

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Human Story No Vert English OK.pdf126.44 Ko
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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.

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CASE STUDY ON TB PERCEPTION.pdf184.31 Ko

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