Together we Provide healthcare to remote displaced communities
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This project provides basic healthcare in remote areas where healthcare is not any longer available thanks to conflict. Community doctors are community members trained, paid, and supplied to supply free basic and emergency healthcare to children 0-5 and therefore the most vulnerable, and link complicated cases to specialized healthcare. They also monitor outbreaks (monkeypox, cholera, measles) Sometimes it costs community members the maximum amount as 100$ and 12 hours to succeed in the closest clinic .
Political violence has left quite 3,176 fatalities in Anglophone Cameroon since 2016. Mortality rates in some villages are as high as 33 deaths per year/1,000 people. 37% of health facilities have closed permanently. Innocent citizens are frequently dying of preventable diseases because they’re hiding within the most remote communities and can’t access quality healthcare.
Trained community doctors are community members who are trained and paid to supply free healthcare to children aged 5 or less and to anyone with simple malaria. They also help identify outbreaks, deworm, immunize, and supply supplements for youngsters, and may help send complicated cases to the closest hospital.
This project will restore healthcare in two communities, preventing avoidable deaths and illness. The project will run as long because the conflict continues, reducing mortality and morbidity. Children which might have died will get to measure and have the prospect they deserve.