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  1. Cameroon Ministry of Public Health

The Ministry of Public Health defines the health policies of Cameroon and provides technical guidelines for the country’s health system. It is, therefore, the umbrella organization under which the CBC Health Services function. The CBC Health Board sometimes receives limited financial support for some of her projects and services from the Ministry of Public Health.

  1. North American Baptist Conference (NABC)

The NABC actually initiated medical work in the Cameroon Baptist Convention and has since then been our leading partner. Its support through personnel and material, among others things, has been sustaining healthcare provision by the CBC Health Board since creation. White Cross, which is one of NABC's main activities, remains a valuable source of medical supplies for the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services. The NABC, through White Cross, provides the Board with 2 containers of medical supplies every year.

  1. Baptist General Conference (BGC)

The BGC came into Cameroon in 1983 when their Missionaries were expelled from Ethiopia. Since then, they have been sending Missionaries to the Cameroon Baptist Convention to assist in various domains.

  1. World Team

The World Team started working with the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) in 1986 with focus on reaching unreached areas. Its first project in the CBC was the construction of a Primary Health Care centre in Tinta. World Team has since then maintained a close collaboration with the CBC Health Services and has realised many other projects for the system.

  1. Christofel Blinden Mission (CBM)

CBM is the main funder of eye-care work in the CBC Health Services. It has today extended its funding to services for people with other disabilities handled by the CBCHB besides visual impairment.

  1. Elizabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)

EGPAF started funding Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission of HIV (PMTCT) services in the CBC Health Board in 2002. The Foundation has distinguished itself over the years as the main funder of PMTCT services in Cameroon.

  1. Bread for the World

Bread for the World has been CBC Health Board's main partner in funding the Community Initiative AIDS Prevention (CIAP) program, Life Abundant Program Activities, and offering scholarships for some of our staff developments.

  1. Action for West Africa Region (AWARE)

In 2004, AWARE selected CBCHB PMTCT as the "best and promising practice" for replication of PMTCT services in West and Central Africa. AWARE has invested much money in the CBCHB to help boost HIV and AIDS care activities and Reproductive Health Services within the Board. Click here for more on AWARE partnership>>

  1. Johnson and Johnson Foundation (J & J)

EGPAF solicited and got a grant from J&J in 2006 to support PMTCT activities in the CBCHB. This grant has significantly enhanced PMTCT services in Cameroon.

  1. Columbia University
  2. Care Cameroon
  3. Heifer Project International
  4. Hospice Africa
  5. Pan African Academy of Christian Surgeons (PAACS)
  6. KWIHEED
  7. UNICEF
  8. Campus for Change


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