CERF-funded Project

Cameroon

Emergency Health Response to limit Morbidity and Mortality among IDPs in the North West and South West (20-RR-WHO-005)

Project overview

The main objective of this project is to provide life-saving health assistance to internally displaced persons. This WHO project provides emergency health kits to 7 strategic health facilities and supports access to equitable and essential health care, to ensure the safe deliveries for pregnant women, provide pediatric care, provide specialist care for people with physical and mental trauma, and continued access to antiretroviral drugs for HIV-infected persons who were already under treatment prior to the crisis. The project provides life-saving assistance to 63,148 people, including 18,313 women, 16,419 men and 28,416 children.