Improving Maternal and Child Health Care

Displaced women and children continue to suffer the consequences of the Cameroon’s Anglophone crisis which dates back to 2017. Access to healthcare is equally difficult due to their increased inability to afford required services and supplies. Pregnant women now depend on traditional methods of delivery and treatment for their neonate which are detrimental to their health and wellbeing of the new born babies. This has eventually led to an increase in neonatal death and high risk of contracting infections.

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