Tuesday, July 21, 2020
Friday, July 17, 2020
By James Achanyi Fontem, camlinknews
Sunday, July 12, 2020
By James Achanyi Fontem, camlinknews Many thanks to everyone who either submitted and/or followed our work and assisted us in sharing this article about “Best Strategies for combating COVID 19”.The purpose of our dialogues was peer-to-peer support for our work. There have been 10,000 interactions on social media posts, full email opens and other channels through 500 user sessions across our common field of work in Cameroon. All feedback on the added value of this dialogue to our work would be most welcome.
By James Achanyi-Fontem, camlinknews During lockdowns ordered as part of COVID-19 prevention, people are advised to remain at home. "Stay home and stay safe" is a very famous tagline in these days in Cameroon. During this period, people are using different information and communication technologies (ICTs) for giving and receiving information, and for education on many aspects. People are also using YouTube, social media such as WhatsApp, and many other sources on the internet.
Friday, July 10, 2020
Preparedness and Response in a Rapidly Changing Global Landscape By James Achanyi Fontem, camlinknew This COVID-19 Coordination Call is part of a weekly series organised by Cameroonlink which seeks to showcase some creative and innovative approaches being adopted in real time to prepare and respond to the many needs of partners working on the ground around COVID-19. The goal is to identify creative solutions so that those who are most vulnerable get the support and services they desrve.
Wednesday, July 8, 2020
By James Achanyi Fontem, camlinknews It has been noted that a major problem of disease management and research, especially diseases that are sporadic, fatal and viral, is the lack of people-inclusive and empowerment strategies. In Cameroon, communities are basically beneficiaries of a hands-out process rather than a hands-on outcome. This is the case of the alarmist COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday, July 6, 2020
Best Strategies and What We Are Learning By James Achanyi Fontem, camlinknews As COVID-19 infiltrates the physical, mental, social, economic and geographical landscapes we all inhabit, citizens around Cameroon are forced to obey new national laws and policies on social isolation, lockdowns, and movement restrictions.