Echos Santé, January 2023
Fighting Malaria: Support from private sector to Community Health Workers would make a difference
While the goal of eliminating this pandemic, which causes millions of deaths, is set for 2030, civil society actors are leading a fight that they believe is a turning point for ending malaria worldwide: multisectoral approach. It is therefore important for all actors who can act in one way or another to join forces, including companies.
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World Malaria Day – April 2022
As part of World Malaria Day Commemoration, Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) calls on African Heads of state to do more than what has been done in the past in the fight against malaria.
Global Fund and Us – October 2021
Cameroon tribune reports on the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the Global Fund in Cameroon organised by Impact Santé Afrique (ISA), with the distinguished support of the Civil Society CS4ME of Cameroon.
Global Fund – Two decades revisited in Cameroon
Cameroon Civil Society celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Global Fund. Indeed, the Global Fund’s contribution could put malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis out of action in Cameroon.
Fight against Tuberculosis, Malaria and HIV-AIDS – The Global Fund has allocated more than 163 billion FCFA to Cameroon
For more than 20 years, malaria, tuberculosis and HIV-AIDS have been the causes of many deaths in Africa, as well as in developing countries. Thanks to the Global Fund, more than 163 billion CFA francs have been allocated to Cameroon for the three diseases.
VIH/Malaria/Tuberculose : Le Fonds mondial a débourser 163 milliards
Global Fund turned up 20 and Civil Society Organisations celebrated the moment by thanking the global fund for the support they afforded this past 20 years and in the coming future.
Covid-19 led to an increase in malaria-related deaths in 2020
Between 2000 and 2015, African states made great efforts to fight malaria, reducing malaria-related mortality by 50% on the continent. Since then, the number of cases has started to rise again, while the WHO’s goal is to eliminate malaria by 2030. Quote from Olivia Ngou, Executive Director of Impact Santé Afrique (ISA) in this interview conducted by Jeune Afrique
The fight against malaria also suffers from Covid-19
The health crisis in Covid-19 has monopolised world attention, leading to fears that efforts to combat malaria will be slackened. On the occasion of World Malaria Day, France 24, through the intervention of Olivia Ngou, looks at the challenges to be met as this disease causes more than 400,000 deaths per year, mainly in Africa.
Malaria control overshadowed by COVID-19 pandemic in Africa
It is very important in this period of pandemic COVID, to ensure the continuity of services against malaria, because not only it is the first cause of death in the world but also the mosquitoes will not wait for the departure of Covid19 to act again.
Cameroon is one of the 11 countries most affected by malaria
Through Quotidien le Messager, Carine Diboue, Programme Officer at Impact Santé Afrique / Civil Society for Malaria Elimination (CS4ME), reveals her commitment to the fight against malaria, where she also highlights the contribution of civil societies in the CS4ME declaration to the government.
THE GLOBAL FUND IN LYON: MALARIA, PROGRESS AND THREATS.
The reports talk about the impact of climate change, but there is also the propagation of fake drugs” explains Olivia Ngou, from Impact Santé Afrique.
Le Monde Afrique
At the occasion of World Malaria Day, Olivia Ngou from NGO Impact Santé Afrique said in a speech to ” Le Monde Afrique” that the fight against this disease must be intensified.
Global Fund: General Mobilization!
Olivia Ngou spoke about the progress made on the malaria front. ” I explained to the ambassador for a long time in Cameroon, mobilization on malaria remained weak, even though it was a “silent killer” of many children,” she said.
An Interview with Olivia NGOU, director of Civil Society Network for Malaria Elimination (CS4ME).
HIV / TUBERCULOSIS / MALARIA: Cameroon contributes nearly 3 billion Fcfa to the Global Fund
The Vice-President of Gabonese Republic has pledged to increase the State budget allocated to health.
Civil Society Organizations in Francophone No Sahelian Africa are more committed than ever to get involved in the eradication of the scourge on the continent.
According to the publication “L’Economie”, Olivia Ngou, Founder & Executive Director of Impact Santé Afrique is among the 8 women who took Cameroon internationally in 2019
ECHOS SANTE makes Olivia Ngou, Founder & Executive Director of Impact Santé Afrique, one of the 10 women Health leaders in Cameroon