Cameroon Ministry of Social Affairs Signs MoU with CBCHS to promote Disability Rights and Mainstreaming in Cameroon

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The Cameroon Ministry of Social Affairs (MINAS) Thas signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services (CBCHS) to foster collaboration framework in the domain of…

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Partnership between CABTAL and Nkwen Community for the Translation of the New Testament into the Nkwen Language

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Being the host community for the North West regional head office of the Cameroon Association of Bible Translation and Literacy (CABTAL) for some years, Nkwen has been slow to engage…

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CBCHS and LF put smiles on faces of Children With Disabilities at outbreak of COVID-19 Pandemic

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Over 200 children with disabilities from the West, Northwest, and Adamawa Regions have received COVID-19 emergency kits and food items worth 5 million CFA France donated by the Liliane Funds…

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How the CBC Men, Women and Youth Department have adjusted their Programs due to the double burden of the Anglophone Crisis and COVID-19

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Men's Department Gospel Baptist Church It is very true that since March 2020, things have not been the same in the Men's Department because of Covid-19. Our Calendar of Activities…

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