Research Center for Analytic Diagnosis and Imaging Trends (RECEADIT)

RECEADIT's main mission is to serve humanity. RECEADIT is a non-profit, non-governmental, apolitical Common Initiative Group (CIG/NGO), whose main mission is to serve humanity. RECEADIT's humanitarian efforts are directed primarily toward: 1) research for community health care; and 2) focused medical training. However, in order to raise necessary funds to support its activities, its efforts have also expanded into information technology, eco-tourism and transportation. RECEADIT is located in Belo-Kom, a rural community, with a total population of 300,523 inhabitants, in the Belo Sub-Division, within Boyo Division in the North-West Region of the Republic of Cameroon in West Africa....
Kitchu Community Water Project
 
Water supply is a major problem in Kitchu as the pictures show. Specifically, the Kitchu Community Water Project is designed to provide this Community with dependable, clean water throughout the whole year by: 1) Purchasing a very powerful water pump from a Water Supply Company; 2) Paying this Company to: a) Drill and construct a deep well; b) Construct a big water storage tank; and c) Connect plastic pipes from the water storage tank to four main water supply supply points in Kitchu Community. project reportread updates from the field
Muteff Community Health Care Services Project
 
The Muteff Community Health Care Services Project is designed to bring sustained, dependable health care services to our fellow human beings of the remote, rural community of Muteff. Specifically, we will purchase a small plot and construct a small Health Care Facility within this Community. There is no health care facility in this community with very bad roads where sick elderly, expecting mothers, infants have to walk or be carried on stretchers to nearest health facility 20 to 25 miles away.
Provide Health Care Services to Fulani Community
 
The Fulani Community Health Care Services Project shall involve: 1) constructing a small Health Care Facility in the Fulani Community within Bafmen; 2) employing two (one female and one male) well-trained medical personnel (one nurse/midwife and one medical laboratory technician) of the Fulani Community who have received their medical training at our School of Health, Biomedical and Computer Sciences (SHBCS); and 3) provide initial basic medical supplies/medication for the Health Care Facility. project reportread updates from the field
Community Health Care Worker Project
 
The Community Health Care Worker Project has two phases. The First Phase involves medical treatment and medication for the elderly, expecting mothers and infants, in remote, difficult-to-reach rural communities and the careful training of committed, dedicated and devoted medical students at our School of Health as the Community Health Care Workers. The Second Phase involves the construction of small Health Care Facilities in these rural areas to be operated by our trained medical students. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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