Text messages curb maternal and infant mortality in Cameroon’s rural communities.
By Elias Ntungwe Ngalame IDENAU, Cameroon, June 8, 2017( Sisterspeak237) – Julianna Senze, 40, had been in heavy labour for eight hours when she arrived at the Idenau Health Centre in Limbe, on the southwest coast of Cameroon. Like many women in the country, she had had no prenatal care, […]
Cameroon , toilet outage and its deadly effects
The Bamenda Main Market (in the city where I live) has approximately 5000 traders occupying about one thousand shops. The traders in the market and the thousands of people who shop there have access to just four toilets provided by the local council. Some inner city apartments don’t have toilets […]