Cameroon: Foretia Foundation Trains Researchers On Health Research Methods

By TALLA Belder Carynthon|2019-10-31T10:18:55+00:00October 31st, 2019|Categories: actions, Reportage|Tags: , , , |

Winners of the Health Research Grant alongside other Young researchers in Cameroon have been empowered on how to influence policy change by carrying out sound scientific research. This was in a 2-days training program [...]

Winners of Health Research Grant 2019

By TALLA Belder Carynthon|2020-01-21T10:12:31+00:00October 22nd, 2019|Categories: actions, announcement|Tags: , , , , |

launched early this year to promote health research and research-driven health policies in Cameroon. From the many applications received, ten (10) highly skilled and motivated young researchers, below 40, have been selected for this pilot grant program. [...]

Health Financing For Universal Health Coverage And Health System Performance: Implications For Policy

By Dr. Odette KIBU|2019-09-24T14:12:25+00:00September 23rd, 2019|Categories: Education & Health Policy, Publications|Tags: , , , , , |

By Dr. Fuein Vera Kum ( Research Fellow - Economic Affairs)  &  Odette Kibu ( Health Policy Analyst)    -  PDF Version U niversal Health Coverage (UHC) gained global prominence when the 2005 World [...]

Social Protection in Cameroon’s Education and Health Sectors

By EGOH MODI AZIZ|2019-07-30T14:13:12+00:00October 16th, 2018|Categories: Education & Health Policy, Publications|Tags: , , |

By Egoh Aziz Modi, Development Policy Analyst Social protection and welfare systems in most sub Saharan African countries are below international standards. According to the International Federation of Social Workers,[1]“social protection is a practice-based [...]

Drug Resistance: A Nightmare For The Fight Against Tuberculosis in Cameroon

By Nkafu Policy Institute|2015-12-13T19:07:50+00:00December 13th, 2015|Categories: General, Health, Policy|Tags: , |

By Kareen Atekem, MPH [dropcap type="circle" color="#FFFFFF" background="#8C212A"]T[/dropcap]uberculosis (TB), a disease caused by the organism Mycobacterium tuberculosis, and transmitted through infectious droplets, remains one of the world’s deadliest communicable diseases. According to the latest WHO [...]

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