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Two teams of Cameroon medical personnel from USA

Two teams of medical personnel from the United States and Nigeria will spend three weeks in Tiko and Limbe later this month and early in July consulting patients and carrying out minor surgeries on identified cases. The two teams are part of the Cameroon Medical Mission put together by the African Women’s Development Foundation, a not-for-profit organization headed by U.S.-based Lady Kate Atabong Njeuma.

A progress report on the mission distributed to members and sponsors indicates that the mission will see patients in Tiko and Limbe between June 26 and July 18. Team members will arrive in phases and hold consultations at the Fobete Clinic in Tiko and the Limbe Regional Hospital.

Ahead of the arrival of the medical practitioners are two containers of medical supplies currently either already in Douala or on their way to the city. The Cameroon Red Cross and the Ministry of Public Health are helping on the ground to help organizers clear the containers from the port.
Limbe-born Lady Kate Atabong Njeuma explains the motivation behind the medical mission in an exclusive interview with Senior Journalist and U.S.-based senior citizen Asonglefac Nkemleke.

 

 
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