Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People

by Research Center for Analytic Diagnosis and Imaging Trends (RECEADIT)
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People
Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People

Summary

The serious political crisis in Cameroon has resulted in internally displaced English speaking Cameroonians who are now in very remote, rural areas/forests where there are many mosquitoes, resulting in many malaria cases and other illnesses, but no health care facility. RECEADIT needs financial assistance to: 1) employ ten RECEADIT female nurse graduates; 2) purchase more needed drugs; 3) help transport these nurses; and 4) pay their salaries to travel 70 miles in bushes to provide health care.

$100,000
total goal
$7,531
remaining
190
donors
1
monthly donor
2
fundraisers
3
years

Challenge

Genocide, Increased burning of villages, Covid-19 impact on English speaking Cameroonians have increased refugees and internally displaced people, who find themselves in very remote, rural areas and forests, where there are many mosquitoes, resulting in many malaria cases and other illnesses, but no health facilities. These internally displaced people, especially the elderly, expecting mothers, and infants in Kom need immediate basic medical treatment, especially for malaria. We need more Drugs

Solution

This project is designed to solve this problem by primarily: 1) purchasing the needed drugs/medication and face masks in order to provide needed basic medical supplies and medical treatment monthly; 2) providing transportation assistance to the six RECEADIT female nurses; 3) preparing temporal treatment shades at the different treatment sites; and 4) paying the salaries of these female nurse graduates for them to provide health treatment and save the lives of these internally displaced people.

Long-Term Impact

Your donation to this project will: 1) literally save the lives of the displaced people, especially the elderly, expecting mothers, and infants; 2) provide needed medical treatment primarily for malaria, especially for the elderly, expecting mothers and infants in Kom; 3) provide employment opportunity for the six RECEADIT female nurse graduates; and 4) very importantly, assist RECEADIT with the purchase of face masks for the Internally Displaced People and improving the fight against Covid-19.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

Organization Information

Research Center for Analytic Diagnosis and Imaging Trends (RECEADIT)

Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina - USA
Website:
Project Leader:
Jilly Ngwainmbi
Fayetteville, North Carolina United States
$92,469 raised of $100,000 goal
 
522 donations
$7,531 to go
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