Women’s Rights in 28 Villages Cameroon Africa
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Donate with us today let us achieve the gold of the project. This project will upgrade the prevailing health care and academic systems for ladies and girls in 37 rural villages in NW Cameroon and South West where we are focusing on right now and Cameroon as a hold, through skill training, social-economic development, women’s rights, and gender equity. it’ll also resolve the necessity for the JRCCA MPC and Urgent Care Center. The urgent care center, school, and meetings are often held indoors with the upgrade of the guest house!
The existing SLAE Foundation clinic in Meta NW of Cameroon is insufficient, was constructed in 2003, went functional with very limited facilities, to wit; a little pharmacy with no steady supply of drugs; award with four (4) beds only; a patients ward for both male and feminine patients consisting of 4 (4) beds only; a children’s ward, with four (4) beds; additionally, a little clinic, no diagnostic equipment, a little room for laboratory, no equipment, and no supply.
The SLAE Foundation clinic is going to be upgraded to a Reference Hospital standard which will serve all the 29 villages within the area and its environs that structure the Meta Tribe in Cameroon, and therefore the entire region of 5 million inhabitants, with a beneficiary population of about 1 000 000 inhabitants, quite half whom are women and girls. The 4 zones that structure these villages are; Taah, Gutaah, Bome, and MedigNgyen-Mbo. it’ll also provide clean water, electricity, and road infrastructure.
. Many deaths within the area come from diseases that are preventable which the health care center will provide them access to proper assistance to assist them collectively build efforts to stop communicable or other preventable diseases that impede the socio-economic development of girls and girls. . As a result, given basic education, and adequate health care, these women and girls could become healthy and economically productive.