Projet financé

Improving maternal and newborn health

Distrito de Sangmélima - Cameroun

690 mothers die for every 100.000 live births in Cameroon. It is the 9th country with the highest rate of maternal mortality, especially in rural areas.

Financé grâce à:
  • Donateurs
  • Montant total financé
    100%Financé
    • Promofarma Clients 2.999€
    • Fonds de l’ONG 1€
  • Bénéficiaires directs 100

    Les personnes qui ont été naturellement bénéficiées par les actions développées dans le projet.

  • Bénéficiaires indirects 300

    Les personnes identifiables, qui reçoivent l’effet potentiel des actions menées dans le projet.

Fundación Recover

Devis

  • Matériaux 3.000€
  • Total 3.000€
3.000€

Description

The Sangmélima district in Cameroon has about 30.000 inhabitants living in rural areas, mainly in scattered housing with very limited access to health services.

The Recover Foundation works to facilitate access to quality health for all people in Africa by providing access to health care for communities in rural and remote areas.

The project promotes the approach of health to these rural populations, especially so that pregnant women know the importance of a good follow-up of the pregnancy to avoid possible future complications.

Activités

  • Prenatal consultation campaigns in the rural areas of the district for pregnant women and newborn infants.
  • Participatory workshops on medication use, institutional delivery, newborn care and sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Free delivery of mosquito nets to women who attend prenatal consultations.
  • Monitoring and control of pregnancy and postpartum at affordable prices.

Qui en bénéficiera ?

With 3.000€, 100 women will receive medical care during childbirth and a follow up at Obut dispensary, Cameroon.

Objectifs du projet

Improve maternal and child health of women and babies in Sangmélima communities.

Get a safe motherhood for all women.

Transparence

Fundación Recover se conforme pleinement aux 9 principes de transparence et aux bonnes pratiques analysés par la Fondation Lealtad.

Fundacion Lealtad

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