|By Tabi H. Joda (220.127.116.11) on Tuesday, July 24, 2007 - 5:44 pm: Edit Post|
In view of the need to contribute towards good health system in Cameroon especially towards the eradication of malaria and other risk associated to it, a nationwide anti-malaria campaign dubbed “Adventure Flush Out Malaria” is nursed by a health-concerned Cameroonian patriot and will be carried out by means of a bicycle ride for 77 days across 367 villages in the ten provinces of Cameroon.
The unique object of this adventure is to invoke sympathy and concern for people living at risk of malaria; intensify publicity about the dangers of malaria; reduce ignorance about malaria, empower people health wise; shape government policy and get people’s concerns nearer to governments and donors. I believe this program will empower and change the lives of millions of Cameroonians.
In recognition of your role in development of good health in Africa, I hereby wish to solicit your moral support for the success of this program. I look forward to your kind respond. I will be very pleased to make available the detailed project proposal upon request.
This adventure will start in Yaoundé in November 2007 go through South province, East, Adamawa, North, Extreme north, back through North and Adamawa to West province, north West, South West, Littoral and finally back to Yaoundé.
I will be very grateful if my request is granted due consideration
Tabi Haman Joda is author of this project and a wiling volunteer ready to sacrifice his life towards the empowerment of people suffering from social disequilibrium, poverty, health and environmental problems.
Contact: 77 05 94 46