Inclusive Education: CBC Health Services SEEPD program supports Government

The Socio Economic Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities SEEPD program of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Services CBCHS has handed over some items to the Northwest Regional Delegation of Secondary Education in Bamenda. The Items funded by the charity Australian Aid were handed to the education delegation on Friday Juy 24 by the SEEPD Program manager Mr. Awa Jacques Chirac. 


SEEPD Program manager Mr. Awa Jacques Chirac To delegate

The items amongst others include a computer, copier, copy scan, voltage regulator modem.


While receiving the items at the Conference Hall of the Regional Delegation of Secondary Education, the delegate Ngwang Roland expressed gratitude on behalf of government to the CBC Health Services for the work they do in promoting Inclusive education in the country.

By Bakah Derick


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