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

GlobalGiving RECEADIT Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386) Project

Twelfth Project Report of Saturday, October 29th, 2022

On behalf of our RECEADIT Humanitarian Team, I take this opportunity to thank you so very much for your generosity and willingness to join us and to partnership with us on our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love, and the Grace of God Almighty.

We are glad to provide you with the following progress report and updates for our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People Project (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1) As we indicated in our Eleventh Project Report of Saturday, July 2nd, 2022, we must still point out and emphasize with a lot of regret and frustration that because of the threat posed by Covid -19 and the intensification of the war in the English speaking  part of Cameroon where our RECEADIT Clinics at Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo remote rural communities are located, RECEADIT has turned its attention to and its focus on drugs/medication for the Internally Displaced People (This explains why most of the Illustration Photos are about drugs/medication, drug/medication transportation and distribution to Our four Clinics (See First, Second, Third and Fourth Illustration Photos);  

2) This Twelfth Project Report still focuses on our continued concern for and the horrible and deplorable living conditions of some of the Internally Displaced People within the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities where our RECEADIT Clinics are located (See Fifth,  Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Illustration Photos);

3) We are very glad to report that, through the efforts and initiative of our RECEADIT Medical Team at our RECEADIT-GlobalGiving Partnership Community Health Center at Mbam, we now have a New Partnership Program with the Njinikom  General Hospital Medical Outreach Team, which is now providing medical services, dental and eye care to patients at our Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff and Ngemsibo, remote, rural Communities where our RECEADIT Clinics are located (See Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth and Tenth  Illustration Photos); and

4) We are very glad and proud to report that our four RECEADIT Motor Bikers are doing an excellent job of rushing Internally Displaced People and families to our RECEDIT Clinics at Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff and Ngemsibo for needed, urgent medical treatment (See Fifteenth, Sixteenth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Illustration Photos)

We will continue to provide you with monthly reports and updates of our other projects, activities, accomplishments, and challenges.

We hope that you will continue with us on this our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love and the Grace of God Almighty, a journey which has now taken us to this our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386)”  through our new link:  https://goto.gg/39386

For a Complete Version of this Project Report with Illustration Photos, please see Attachment.

 

Jilly M. Ngwainmbi, RECEADIT Project Leader


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GlobalGiving RECEADIT Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386) Project

Eleventh Project Report of Saturday, June 2nd, 2022

On behalf of our RECEADIT Humanitarian Team, I take this opportunity to thank you so very much for your generosity and willingness to join us and to partnership with us on our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love, and the Grace of God Almighty.

We are glad to provide you with the following progress report and updates for our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People Project (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1) As we indicated in our Tenth Project Report of Monday, March 8th, 2022, we must still point out and emphasize with a lot of regret and frustration that because of the threat posed by Covid -19 and the intensification of the war in the English speaking  part of Cameroon where our RECEADIT Clinics at Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities are located, RECEADIT has turned its attention to and its focus on drugs/medication for the Internally Displaced People (This explains why most of the Illustration Photos are about drugs/medication, drug/medication transportation and distribution to Our four Clinics (See First, Second, and Third Illustration Photos);  

2) This Eleventh Project Report focuses on our continued concern for and the horrible and deplorable living conditions of some of the Internally Displaced People within the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities where our RECEADIT Clinics are located (See Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Illustration Photos).

3) As a result of another threat to our Internally Displaced People stemming from mosquitoes and malaria fever, Our RECEADIT Medical Team has increased its Home Visits, aimed at distributing mosquito nets, masks and malaria drugs/medication to our Internally Displaced People and Families (See Second, Third,  Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Ninth and Tenth Illustration Photos); and

4) We are very glad and proud to report that our four RECEADIT Motor Bikers are doing an excellent job of rushing Internally Displaced People and families to our RECEDIT Clinics at Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff and Ngemsibo for needed, urgent medical treatment (see Seventh and Eighth Illustration Photos)

We will continue to provide you with monthly reports and updates of our other projects, activities, accomplishments, and challenges.

We hope that you will continue with us on this our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love and the Grace of God Almighty, a journey which has now taken us to this our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386)”  through our new link:  https://goto.gg/39386

For a complete version of this Report with Illustration Photos, please see Attachment.

Jilly M. Ngwainmbi, RECEADIT Project Leader


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GlobalGiving RECEADIT Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386) Project

Tenth Project Report of Monday, March 8th, 2022

On behalf of our RECEADIT Humanitarian Team, I take this opportunity to thank you so very much for your generosity and willingness to join us and to partnership with us on our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love, and the Grace of God Almighty.

We are glad to provide you with the following progress report and updates for our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People Project (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1) As we indicated in our Ninth Project Report of Monday, November 8th, 2021, in order to improve upon its Drug/Medication  Assistance Program, RECEADIT has added a Reserved Pharmacy Section to each of its Clinics within the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities, with the New Central Distribution Pharmacy located on the Fourth Floor of the RCEADIT Main Building at Kitchu (See Second Photo);

 2) Again, we must point out and emphasize with a lot of regret and frustration that because of the threat posed by Covid -19 and the intensification of the war in the English speaking  part of Cameroon where our RECEADIT Clinics at Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities are located, RECEADIT has turned its attention to and its focus on drugs/medication for the Internally Displaced People . This explains why most of the Illustration Photos are about drugs/medication, drug/medication transportation and distribution to Our four Clinics (See First, Second, Third, and Fourth Photos);  

 3) The living conditions of some of the Internally Displaced People are truly horrible and deplorable, as demonstrated by those of this family of a father, mother, and their children (See Fifth Photo).

 4) Our RECEADIT Medical Team has suggested that RECEADIT should assist such Internally Displaced Families, such as the one presented in the Fifth Photo by constructing shelters, such as the six rooms Shelter under construction at Muteff (See Sixth Photo).

 We will continue to provide you with monthly reports and updates of our other projects, activities, accomplishments, and challenges.

We hope that you will continue with us on this our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love and the Grace of God Almighty, a journey which has now taken us to this our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386)”  through our new link:  https://goto.gg/39386

 For a Complete Version of this Project Report with Illustration Photos, see Attachment.

Jilly M. Ngwainmbi, RECEADIT Project Leader


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GlobalGiving RECEADIT Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386) Project

Ninth Project Report of Monday, November 8th, 2021

On behalf of our RECEADIT Humanitarian Team, I take this opportunity to thank you so very much for your generosity and willingness to join us and to partnership with us on our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love, and the Grace of God Almighty.

We are glad to provide you with the following progress report and updates for our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People Project (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1) As we indicated in our Eighth Project Report of Tuesday, July 13th, 2021, in order to improve upon its Drug/Medication  Assistance Program, RECEADIT has added a Reserved pharmacy Section to each of its Clinics within the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities, with the New Distribution Pharmacy located on the Fourth Floor of the RCEADIT Main Building at Kitchu;

2) The threat posed by Covid -19 and the intensification of the war in the English speaking  part of Cameroon where our RECEADIT Clinics at Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities are located, RECEADIT has turned its attention to and its focus on drugs/medication for the Internally Displaced People . This explains why all the Illustration Photos are about drugs/medication, drug/medication transportation and distribution to Our four Clinics (See First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Photos);  

3) RECEADIT’s focus on drugs/medication, their purchase, transportation, distribution, and the use of them for the treatment of the Internally Displaced People  has created major challenges and problems for  RECADIT and its Humanitarian Team, such as the stopping and detaining of Our RECEADIT Transportation Team members transporting drugs/medication to Kom from Bamenda; and  

4) Our RECEADIT Medical Team is facing also challenges related to the vaccines and the vaccination of children in some of the remote, rural Communities, such as Muteff and Ngemsibo.

We will continue to provide you with monthly reports and updates of our other projects, activities, accomplishments, and challenges.

We hope that you will continue with us on this our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love and the Grace of God Almighty, a journey which has now taken us to this our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People 

For a complete version of this Project Report with Ilustration Photos, please see Attachment.

 

Jilly M. Ngwainmbi, RECEADIT Project Leader


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Eighth Project Report of Tuesday, July13th, 2021

On behalf of our RECEADIT Humanitarian Team, I take this opportunity to thank you so very much for your generosity and willingness to join us and to partnership with us on our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love, and the Grace of God Almighty.

We are glad to provide you with the following progress report and updates for our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People Project (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1) Our RECEADIT Medical Team is very impressed by the leadership and work of Dr. Nsom Marcel, the former World Health Organization (WHO) trained personnel who is an eye specialist and a dentist. In addition to the organized medical training programs for all our RECEADIT workers (See First Photo), he has now, with the assistance of five other medical personnel, recruited twenty new students for the One Year Intensive Medical Training Program as nurse assistants, assistant laboratory technicians, pharmacy assistants, and assistant eye specialists  (See Second Photo);

2) With the assistance and leadership of Dr. Nsom Marcel, RECEADIT has intensified its Covid 19 Vaccination Drive within the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities (See Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth, Ninth, and Tenth Photos);

3) RECEADIT has also increased its Masks distribution efforts, especially to children in the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, nd Ngemsibo Rural Communities (See Eleventh Photo);  

4) In order to improve upon its Drug/Medication  Assistance Program, RECEADIT has added a Reserved pharmacy Section to each of its Clinics within the Kitchu, Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural communities, with the New Distribution Pharmacy located on the Fourth Floor of the RCEADIT Main Building at Kitchu (See Fourteenth Photo); and

 5) Our RECEADIT Medical Team continues to provide food assistance to the Internally Displaced People in the Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo rural Communities (See Twelfth and Thirteenth Photos).

For a complete Version of this Project Report with photos, please see Attachment.

We will continue to provide you with monthly reports and updates of our other projects, activities, accomplishments, and challenges.

We hope that you will continue with us on this our journey of serving humanity through the Guidance, the Blessings, the Love and the Grace of God Almighty, a journey which has now taken us to this our “Drug Assistance for Internally Displaced People (39386)”  through our new link:  https://goto.gg/39386

 

Jilly M. Ngwainmbi, RECEADIT Project Leader


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Research Center for Analytic Diagnosis and Imaging Trends (RECEADIT)

Location: Fayetteville, North Carolina - USA
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Jilly Ngwainmbi
Fayetteville, North Carolina United States
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