Boost for healthcare in DRC

NAIROBI, 31 March 2013 (PLUSNEWS) – The British government has announced a major new programme aimed at providing essential healthcare to six million people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The five-year, US$270.7 million project will focus on rebuilding health facilities, training health workers, and supplying drugs and equipment.

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fruits of new cooperation

[Cameroon Tribune]When in June, 2009 Cameroonian and Turkish authorities at the fourth edition of the Turkey World Trade Bridge in Istanbul, organised by the Confederation of Turkish Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) decided Yaounde will host the…

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Fecafoot Defies MINSEP

[Cameroon Tribune]A new conflict has erupted between the Cameroon football federation and the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education. Despite an injunction from Minister Adoum Garoua calling on Fecafoot to suspend elections within the federation to …

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