(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroonian government erected new health facilities in the districts of Minkoa Meyos and Obili, in Yaoundé. Valued at CFA955.4 million, land cost excluded, the construction of these centers aligns with the health system development policy initiated by the government, the minister of public health, André Mama Fouda, said.
Facilities were funded up to CFA955 million by the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa (BADEA). “These health facilities are designed to provide people with access to good quality basic health care. Beneficiaries include students and surrounding populations. Services offered cover prenatal consultations, general medicine, childbirth, vaccination and minor surgery,” the official said.
These new hospitals in the heart of Yaoundé are composed of a main building (single story) for care, an accommodation for the Chief Medical Officer and two others for his assistants. Are also built, a 50 m3 water tower, an incinerator shelter, a shelter for a 50 KVA generator and a security fence.