We believe that, as one of the progressive leader /institution in our community, you are in a position to better understand the ideals of the, youths in incarceration and Juveniles children in an era where change is a norm rather than the exception.
Volunteering at the "No Back Pack Day Initiative" alongside Her Excellency Mrs. Ligia Dias Fonseca, First Lady of the republic of Cape Verde
Join us for the 2015 Back 2 School free stuff! We will be hosting events on September 10 - 12th, 2015, featuring some of our great sponsors, offering the yearly Freestyle school items, and also offering FREE school guides each day from 11 am - 2 pm.
2015 Back to School - South West, Cameroon
September 10 - 12, 2015
NajiBula Health Services with Dr. Bula
Health Education and Awareness Campaign – October 2015
“Together We are Changing the World”
Bamendankwe Health campaign - Coordinator: Medical student - Lemina Nadia with participants from France.
Topic will include the following among others
Positive Emotions and Your Health
Learn about how having a positive outlook can benefit your physical health.
Changes in the brain can lead to mental disorders, such as depression. Learn how the brain works and what can go wrong.
STIs - Get Yourself Tested
The Get Yourself Tested campaign is a youthful, empowering social movement to encourage young people to get tested and treated, as needed, for STDs and HIV
EYES ON DIABETE - FREE DIABETES SCREENING CAMPAIGN
Increasing awareness about the importance and benefits of diabetes control is the key objective of the Free Diabetes campaign. The campaign includes tailored materials and messages for high-risk populations and the general population. Many people with diabetes do not realize that having diabetes increases their chances of having a heart attack or stroke. Diabetes is a serious disease, affecting thousands of Cameroonians and g...rowing at epidemic rates especially in rural areas. This is the main reason while Health & Education 4 All International is starting this campaign at Maumu, a small village in the South West Region of Cameroon. Mamou is a small village headed by a chief called chief Likite Williams with a population of about four thousand made-up of mostly farmers. With different age groups, the village has no health Center and no secondary schools. So, the important of this FREE campaign/screening is very important and your help will go a long way to help this poor community.
A lot of people living with diabetes are not aware of this disease. To this end, we will need hundreds of diabetes testing kites. Donations are highly welcome and also, without insulin, a person with type 1 diabetes can die within a week. So, it may seem a shame to toss away perfectly good insulin or supplies just because you switched to a different brand or they were left behind by a departed loved one. Fortunately, you may be able to donate those lifesaving materials and save lives.
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