In the heat of the Coronavirus crisis, a Korean-based religious organisation, Shincheonji Church of Jesus, recently hosted an online prayer meeting, “3rd Global Prayer Service of Religious People”.
In a release dated November 12, the Governor of the Region, Augustine Awa Fonka, stated that 34 new cases have been recorded in the Region recently.
On the special day intended to celebrate man’s desire and assessing man’s efforts to conquer hunger through food security, Nestlé, announced that through its Nestlé Cares Programme, the company will offer food to help more than 700 underprivileged children in Cameroon and Gabon to enable them grow healthily.
This year’s school resumption was particularly special, as pupils and students who have been away from school, longer than usual, headed back to their classrooms. The long break was forced by the outbreak of the coronavirus that grounded school activities and shutdown most nations and states around the world.
“I was young, hopeful and eager to learn. I had a narrow vision of where I could end up in my career, but Nestlé prepared me for much more than I expected,” said Abega-Oyouomi.
Cameroon’s leader in the foods and beverages sector, Nestlé Cameroun, on August 3, donated a consignment of COVID-19 preventive kits to Douala IV Municipality, worth over FCFA 10 million, to aid the local community in the fight against COVID-19.
According to the Secretary-General of MINCOM, his ministry received FCFA 100 million out of FCFA 300 million they requested. Prof. Felix Zogo stated that the amount was raised to FCFA 420 million by a Prime Ministerial decree in relation to financial allocations to institutions concerned with Government strategy to fight Covid-19.
SNWOT is sensitising the masses, providing psychosocial support and championing advocacy on the need for social cohesion within vulnerable groups like the internally displaced, physically challenged persons and grassroots communities.
By Neville Mesumbe Cameroon’s President, Paul Biya, and the Prime Minister, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute have signed separate decrees extending the retirement ages of healthcare providers and medical personnel […]
Chairman Lee Man-hee of Shincheonji Church of Jesus, South Korea, has written to Shincheonji members in Daegu, thanking them for donating their plasma, needed to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.