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21/06/2016

Beneficiary of the Global Fund (GF) to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria since 2004, Cameroon is one of the countries eligible for the New Funding model of the GF for an amount of 144 billion FCFA. This new dynamics put a focus on the engagement and participation of multi-stakeholders participation through ongoing country dialogue.

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21/06/2016

L’Organisation de la société civile « For Impacts in Social health- FIS », engagée dans l’éradication des injustices dans le domaine de la santé, lance la 2eme édition du Prix « Felix Antoine AMBASSA BEKOLO », ardent défenseur des droits de l'Homme, de regretté mémoire. Il  récompense les meilleures productions médiatiques sur les subventions du Fonds Mondial au Cameroun.

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06/05/2016

For Impacts in Social Health (FIS) is a civil society organization created in 1997 in Cameroon whose vision is to eradicate injustice in the health sector through critical monitoring of health policies and programs by taking government, development partners as well as other national stakeholders accountable to their commitments and communities more responsible of their health issues.

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28/10/2015

In the years 2006 – 2013, Cameroon received over USD 19 million to treat Tuberculosis (TB). Forty nine percent of that funding came from one donor, the Global Fund (www.theglobalfund.org), and forty three percent came from domestic sources (i.e. government plus loans).  

In a nutshell, the Global Fund is supporting about half to two thirds of the cost of each notified case of TB found and treated in Cameroon. This is unsustainable and high risk.

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