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Cameroon : Israeli embassy to distribute 10 water purification units to control cholera outbreak

Cameroon : Israeli embassy to distribute 10 water purification units to control cholera outbreak
  • Comments   -   Thursday, 13 September 2018 16:37

(Business in Cameroon) - The Israeli embassy in Yaoundé is giving Cameroon 10 water purification units, tomorrow September 14, to control the current cholera outbreak in the country’s North region. The awarding ceremony will take place at the WHO local representation, we learnt.

“The decision to donate 10 water purification units was made regarding the current cholera outbreak in Cameroon and the clean water shortage in many communities across the country. (...) Israel is one of the world leaders in water recycling, desalination and purification and is proud to share expertise in this domain with its Cameroonian partners,” the embassy said in a statement.

Let’s mention the move was initiated by Mashav, Israel's foreign aid and development agency, but benefits as well from “the humanitarian commitment by Afriland First Bank and DHL Express Cameroon, which greatly supported the project”.


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