Month: July 2020

NW Rural Doctors Volunteer Network Train Women Peace builders from Bui Division.

On the 29th of July, NW Rural Doctors Volunteer Network  trained 10 women peace builders from Bui Division on COVID-19, measures to slow down spread, proper hand washing techniques and proper use and care of face mask and the local production and use of local hand sanitizers. Project Organisers: Cameroon Women in Action Society (CAWAS) …

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Rural Doctors Achievement 2019/2020

Rural Doctors is a not-for-profit, non-religious and apolitical organisation with mission to build and strengthen sustainable community disease prevention and response in poor rural settings; and provide lifesaving health care to vulnerable groups, and victims during crisis. It has a long term goal to impact vulnerable communities in many countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. Activities …

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Training of Rural Doctors Field Trainers on Community-based Infection Prevention and Control amidst COVID-19

This project is the first phase of a project titled “Inclusive Rural Community Preparedness in community Infection Control and Prevention”. It took place on the 25th of July, 2020 at Rural Doctors Head office in Bunduma, Buea. Twelve(12) field trainers/volunteers successfully underwent  the 13 modules training on community based Infection Prevention and Control Amidst COVID-19 …

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Sensitisation of Grassroot women in Mezam Division on COVID-19

On the 22nd of July, Rural Doctors was glad to co-empower grassroot women from Mezam Division of the North West Region of Cameroon on #COVID-19 prevention alongside Doctors Without Borders (MSF), SNWOT and Team Didacticians. This was a project designed by SNWOT and Team Didacticians as a way of including women peace builders in the …

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