Splash Cancer Community Care Programme

The Splash Cancer Community Care Programme is based in Douala Cameroon, West Africa. Officially launched on the 10th of November 2010, it has as it...

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Africa is the world's second-largest and second most-populous continent, after Asia. It is home to 1 billion people, a significant percentage of whom are in dire need of good quality and sustainable health care.

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On Dignity in Mental Health and the Sustainable Development Goals
On Dignity in mental Health and the Sustainable Development Goals

2015 ushers in the aspirational Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which provides a 17-point set of principles to be implemented over the next 1...

The need for more research in community mental healthcare provision
The need for more research in community mental healthcare provision

The significance of wider determinants of mental healthcare provision in rural as well as urban Africa cannot be over-emphasized. The role of lack...

On WHO and effective health advocacy
On WHO and effective health advocacy

 An article published in the New York Times of 6th January 2015 uses the Ebola crises ravaging parts of West Africa as a prism through which it vie...

On WHO and the Ebola road map
On WHO and the Ebola road map

It is good to note the World Health Organisation's proactivity with its issuing of a road map to guide and coordinate an international response to ...

Ebola: The problem of Ostracism and isolation
Ebola: The problem of Ostracism and isolation

With more than 500 cases and over 300 deaths recorded in the current outbreak of the Ebola Virus this time affecting West Africa, increased convers...

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