PARTNER & COLLABORATORS

 

 


symbolic relationship with individuals

The CAMSiCO through the collaboration of individuals with a wealth of experience in SCD, have developed a health promotion proposal which could impact positively on the wellbeing and health of the population affected by SCD in Cameroon; by translating the recent WHO resolutions on sickle cell disease into an effective grass-root, community-based campaign aimed at addressing the challenges and burden of the disease.

symbolic relationship with individuals

Comfort Tembu-Ndive, Regional Care Adviser, Sickle Cell Society UK and CAMSiCO’s founder is working in partnership and collaboratively with Sickle Cell Society, a UK charity and London Focus Group Sickle Cell Africa a constituted common interest group of Africans in the Diaspora (mainly resident in the United Kingdom) has presented this proposal to WHO and they have formally endorsed it as it is in line with their health promotion strategy for genetic conditions From its Yaounde, Limbe and Buea bases the organisation is presently concentrating its activities in the former West Cameroon regions, (Northwest and Southwest Provinces) including Yaoundé; it  is working in partnership and collaborating with existing support groups and other organisations all within it having the common purpose to improve the quality of life for individuals affected by sickle cell disorder.   

symbolic relationship with individuals

CamSiCO is also creating/establishing and strengthening groups around the country. These groups are called Sickle Cell Clubs with the first one already established in Ndop in the Northwest Province.  CamSiCO acts as an overall umberalla organisation for these groups, however, we should not forget that historic common purpose of coming together to sing from the same hymn sheet is to create a louder voice for the sickle cell community. 

symbolic relationship with individuals

CamSiCO is in a great position to advance the cause of sickle cell but this will be done in a symbolic relationship with individuals’ members and Sickle Cell Clubs enabling us to truly be “The Voice of the Sickle Cell Community”.

  • London Focus Sickle Cell Africa UK
  • Sickle Cell Society  UK
  • John Kolkman Foundation Bafut(Northwest Province) Cameroon
  • Support Groups in Yaounde (at l’Hopital Central &l’Hopital General)
  • Fine Forest Foundation, Fontem Cameroon
  • The Cameroonian Nurses Association UK
  • The Millennium Group Foundation (TMG-F) UK
  • The Ministry of Health, Cameroon
  • The Ministry of Social Affairs, Cameroon
  • The Ministry for Women Affairs, Cameroon
  • CamSiCO Support Team in UK