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

Seventh Project Report of Monday, March 15, 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) We identified three young males within one of the remote, rural locations, where some of the Internally Displaced People are hiding, to build a shelter for the Internally Displaced People and they are currently working on this project (See First Photo);   

2) Government terrorist soldiers found one of the camps where Internally Displaced People are hiding and they started shooting randomly at unarmed fellow English speaking Cameroonians and killing them. Some of the wounded were rushed to our RECEADIT-CEMADIT Community Health Center at Muteff rural Community where they received medical treatment (See Second Photo).

3) We have  acquired new medical equipment to be used in providing medical treatment for the Internally Displaced People and also bought bags of rice and other food items for them (See Third Photo);

4) In addition to our two female nurses and one female laboratory technician, recruited recently in January, who are all graduates of our School of Health, Biomedical and Computer Sciences (SHBCS), we have also found and recruited one male pharmacy technician. Most importantly, we have found and recruited a former World Health Organization (WHO) trained personnel who is an eye specialist and a dentist. He has organized training programs for all our RECEADIT workers (See Fourth Photo); and

5) Our RECEADIT Medical Team continues to provide medical services for the Internally Displaced People and for their Community members (See Fifth and Sixth 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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Sixth Project Report of Monday, November 16th, 2020 

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 reported in our Fifth Project Report of Monday, July 20th, 2020, we then had two female nurses and one male nurse for this project, all graduates of our School of Health, Biomedical and Computer Sciences (SHBCS). Now, unfortunately, the male nurse left due to the threat posed by the war. Now we only have the two female nurses. They continue to provide medical assistance to our Internally Displaced People (See First and Second Photos);

2) Our Face Masks Wearing and Distribution Campaign among the Internally Displaced People within the Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo remote, rural communities continue (See First Photo). However, recently Internally Displaced People do not yet have masks due to intensified war activities, which make it extremely difficult to reach them (See Second, and Third Photos);

3) The burning down of villages by the army, usually at night, is making it very difficult for our female nurses to provide medical assistance for Internally Displaced People (See Second, Third, and Fourth Photos) which is resulting in tragic deaths, especially the elderly (See Fifth Photo); and

4) We have intensified our struggle to find and recruit two more female nurses and two male nurses for this Project, since the displacement of people is increasing and the elderly particularly are not able to escape for their lives (See First and Second Short YouTube Video Links).

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 and Short YouTube Video Links, see Attachment.

 Jilly M. Ngwainmbi, RECEADIT Project Leader


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Fifth Project Report of Monday, July 20th, 2020 

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 in 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 PeopleProject (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1) As we reported in our Fourth Project Report of Sunday, March 22nd, 2020, we now have two female nurses and one male nurse for this project, all graduates of our School of Health, Biomedical and Computer Sciences (SHBCS). They continue to provide medical assistance to our internally displaced people (See First Photo);

2) We have intensified our Face Masks Wearing and Distribution Campaign among the Internally Displaced People within the Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo remote, rural communities (see (See First, Second, and Third Photos);

3) Our brave, courageous, and resilient young man, the husband of one of our female nurses, continues to  assist us with the transportation of drugs/medication and other medical equipment to the RECEADIT Clinic Annexes at Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo remote, rural communities (See Fourth Photo); and

4) As we reported in our Fourth Project Report of Sunday, March 22nd, 2020, we still have not been able to find and recruit any more female nurses for the Project due to the ongoing war. We will continue the search and will hopefully find and recruit three more female nurses for the Project.

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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Fourth Project Report of Sunday, March 22nd, 2020

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 in 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 reported in our Third Project Report of Wednesday, December 25th, 2019, we found and recruited two female nurses for this project, all graduates of our School of Health, Biomedical and Computer Sciences (SHBCS).  They continue to provide medical assistance to our internally displaced people;  (See First, Third, and Fourth Photos). We are very glad to report that one of the female nurses who was injured has fully recovered now and we have found and hired a male nurse (See Fourth Photo);   

2) We have built huts/shelters and found innovative, creative, protective equipment for our nurses and our internally displaced people and we hope they become much more effective (See Second Photo); 

3) We have found a brave, courageous, and resilient young man, the husband of one of our female nurses, who is now assisting us with the transportation of drugs/medication and other medical equipment to the RECEADIT Clinic Annexes at Mbam, Muteff, and Ngemsibo remote, rural communities (See the Fifth and Sixth Photos);  and 

4) We still have not been able to find and recruit any more female nurses for the Project due to the ongoing  war. We will continue the search and will hopefully find and recruit three more female nurses for the Project. 

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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Third Project Report of Wednesday, December 25th, 2019

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 in 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 (39386)” thanks to your generosity:

1)  As we reported in our Second Project Report of Friday, September 27th, 2019, we found and recruited two female nurses for this project, all graduates of our School of Health, Biomedical and Computer Sciences (SHBCS).  They continue to provide medical assistance to the internally displaced people;  (See First, Second, and Third Photos). One of them was injured and she is still slowly recovering;  and

2) We still have not been able to find and recruit any more female nurses for the Project due to the ongoing  war. We will continue the search and will hopefully find and recruit four more female nurses for the Project.

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