Accept our thanks and special greetings from this end as we get into another edition of our project report.
We wish to thank all our donors for always being there to support and to report once again that the anglophone crises is still ongoing. This time around, military men are invading so many villages and MBOSHA was one of those.
In this light, once there happen to be gun exchange between the two parties, injured persons are first attended to at the health center before referring to big hospitals.
It is sad to report that the roofs of the new building awaiting completion was attacked by wind and destroyed. So we need to reinforce this. By doing so, we continue to plead for more funds to be raised so that we complete this section and made the center ready to house many.
Accept our special greetings for another edition of our report for this project.
Mbosha community women health centre still remains one of the centre that is offering primary health care to the people of this community during this crises period.
The health centre located at heart of the village is doing a great work. In this light, we still owe much work at the centre as we progressively raise funds for the project.
We intend to continue so as to complete the section constructed to house men and women wards.
This is also the best season and time that works can go on there very well before the rains comes. We will continue to plead on our donors to keep supporting this project as our health matters alot during this time of war in this part of the country.
We also intend to sensitise the community and to create awareness on the existence of covid 19 and the measures to be taken in order to prevent the virus.
We are sad to report that we lost our project leader last month and happy to report that a new one has been replaced.
We pray and hope for more funds to be raised so that we can complete this project.
Accept our sincere greetings. Mbosha community women health center has remained the saviour of the IDPs in the rural village.
This health center is doing all what it could in regards to providing primary health care to those in need.
We are doing great. The support you have been giving is doing great work.
The war has deprived us from electricity, Intenet, and good roads. At the point of writing this report I have struggle to a far distant to get network and of course using but a Android phone which can not help post a project picture.
When it will be possible, I Will post as many pictures as possible.
This project has and is really doing wonderful in the presence of the war. This happened to be located in the hinterland and was meant to be helping the rural population. Yes Comeroon is really facing a lot of challenges because of the Boko Harram in the far North, HIV aids pandemic, Covid 19 and the war which has caused a lot economic crises and has shaken the entire economy. The Anglophone crises has been considered as war because too much killings, loating by the military and burning of homes and properties, chasing of separaties fighters, etc
This health center has done a lot in the aspect of providing health services to the rural population. The population in this area has become more than double because many people have ran away from the war zones to the bushes and Mbohsha happened to be one of those safe areas which is a little difficult for the military to reach there.
At the time of writing the health center has continued to offer improved primary health care, Covid 19 preventive education, etc.
We were not able to do any construction work because all roads from town to Mbohsha has been blocked and heavy materials like Sand and Cement cannot reach there for now. Food stuff is carried on head in little quantities.
As such we have increased the drug supply and basic medical equipment to improve the services being offered.
We very much thank our donors and to let them know that we all worked on this project as if we. Knew there was going to be war and this could help those who will run to the bushes.
At this point, any humanitarian assistance through your continues support to this project while praying for peace to return shall be highly appreciated.
Here is another report of our project. Accept our warm greetings. We have continued to work as the Anglophone crises continue. This is because all roads from Kumbo to rural areas are blocked by separatist fighters to prevent the military from gaining access to villages.
There is still shooting and sporadic fighting at all times and this health centre is helping those in need of health services.
I am glad to report that no case of COVID 19 has been diagnosed in this area even though there is no testing equipment.
In line with the COVID 19 issues, we have taken the health centre as the only centre for education of the masses on preventive measures.
If we leave more support, we would buy buckets, masks and washing buckets for some key areas and also for the health centre.
If we have been able to help this far, it is because of your continues support. We plead on you to consider another support or promote this project for us in anywhere way possible.
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