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  • The Health Improvement Foundation of Cameroon The Health Improvement Foundation of Cameroon

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Mission Statement

"Helping underprivileged people gain access to health care services in the rural communities of Cameroon"

Description

In order to accomplish its mission HIF-CAM concentrates its activities in the following programs: (1) Healthcare services - trains health workers; constructs and equips health centers; supplies medical equipment and medicines to needy health centers. (2) Water and sanitation services - supplies safe drinking water to needy communities; improve hygiene and sanitation practices in needy communities. (3) Educational services - constructs and furnishes classrooms of dilapidated schools; supplies books and writing materials to poor pupils; gives scholarships to needy children. HIF-CAM has competent personnel, including engineers hired to execute all its projects. If any of the above causes appeals to your heart contact Chief Lewindia Nicholas (Executive Director at HIF-CAM) E-mail: forfaah@gmail.com for us to establish a strong partnership and work together to address the cause in the needy communities. Thank you very much for taking the time to read about the little we are doing to change the world.

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Would you recommend The Health Improvement Foundation of Cameroon?

by Cassandra R. (March 8, 2020)
Writing Professional Letters is essential when proposing for support and funds from officials in order to help the less fortunate civilians of a community that are poverty stricken in rural areas that are in dire need of medical attention.