Month: May 2018

SHUMAS, UNICEF and the regional Delegation of public health, team up with women groups of west region to share experience on routine vaccination coverage in 10 districts.

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SHUMAS, UNICEF and the regional Delegation of public health, team up with women groups of west region to share experience on routine vaccination coverage in 10 districts and award micro credit.

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After a successful carrying out vaccination in the various 10 districts, an experience sharing forum was organized, health officers and women groups who shared their successes and limitations, proposed ways in improving health conditions of children in vaccination age and how to get to distant villages was a call for concern. The following statistics where reached at;

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40401 people where sensitized
3060 children identified,
45 zero dose identified
Total of 1880 children identified and vaccinated
Over all of children identified and vaccinated was 85.295%

After encouragement the women groups promised to continue the crusade of identifying children who haven’t had the vaccine for a healthy generation.

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SHUMAS, UNICEF and the Regional Delegation of Public Health held an experience sharing forum aimed at scaling up routine vaccination coverage in five health districts in the North West region.

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On May 25, 2018, SHUMAS, UNICEF and the Regional Delegation of Public Health held an experience sharing forum aimed at scaling up routine vaccination coverage in five health districts in the North West region. These districts include Bafut, Bali, Batibo, Benakuma and Mbengwi. The stakeholders also brainstormed on strategies to reach inaccessible/interior villages within the project area. Routine vaccination coverage in the region has been on the decline since 2012, dropping from 81% in 2012 through 77% in 2014 and then 70% in 2015.IMG_0802

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INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP ON RENEWABLE ENERGY 24TH TO 30TH of JUNE 2018

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SHUMAS in partnership with Energy without Borders and FICAD Spain is organizing a 5 days  international training workshop at the SHUMAS Renewable Technical Center located in Kumbo, 30th June 2018

INTERNATIONAL TRAINING WORKSHOP ON RENEWABLE ENERGY 24TH TO 30TH of JUNE 2018

COURSE TITLE

Wind energy, Solar energy, Biogas and Mini hydro

All training facilities are available at the SHUMAS renewable technical center

BENEFITS OF THE TRAINING

During this course, you will be empowered on how to;

  • Carry out feasibility studies of the different renewable energy sources (Wind energy, solar energy, Hydroelectricity and Biogas);
  • Identify authentic equipment and design compatible systems;
  • Carry out installations in the aforementioned energy systems;
  • sustain and maintain these systems;

The training is also a Path Way for you to become a Green energy expert (Solar, Wind, Mini Hydro and Biogas)

COST OF TRAINING

Interested participant are expected to pay a registration fee of 60000CFA which covers lodging, feeding, and a certificate of participation

ELIGIBILITY FOR APPLICANTS;

At least Advanced level or Baccalaureate holders in Physics, Electricity and/or Electronics and other related fields of study.

SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION

Interested persons are call upon to forward their Application letter and Photocopy of National Identification Card to the Director General of SHUMAS

 

SHUMAS-CAMEROON, P.O. BOX 5047 NKWEN BAMENDA

N.W.R. CAMEROON, TEL: (+237) 677755630/ 694389480/ 676440219

Email: strategichumanitarianservices@gmail.com,

Website: www.shumas-cameroon.org