CBC Health Services: Going beyond denominational lines to meet the needs of PWDs

The tertiary sisters of St. Francis working at Saint Joseph Catholic Hospital (SAJOCAH) Bafut have shown  appreciation to the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services through the Director Prof. Tih Pius Muffih upon the reception of a new vehicle donated to them by Missiinary Vehicle Association (MIVA) in partnership with the Liliane Foundation, strategic partners of the CBC Health Services. 
CBC Health Services top administration and the Tertiary Sisters.

The hand over ceremony took place at the Nkwen Baptist Center on Thursday January 26, 2023. The Administrator of SAJOCAH Reverend Sister Jik Geraldine thanked Prof Tih for being a father and mentor to their entire team, always checking in and reassuring them of his full support of their work as they reach out to People with Disabilities and vulnerable populations. 

Prof Tih Pius Muffih handing over the car keys 

Prof. Tih in response, appreciated the work carried out by the sisters, especially for children with disabilities. SAJOCAH works as a partner organization with the Empowerment and Disability Inclusive Development (EDID) Program of the CBC Health Services, with Agho Glory as Program Manager. 
“Thank you for putting smiles on the faces of the children and making life better for their families,” Prof Tih said. 

He further appreciated the #LilianeFoundation for coming close to the communities through partner organizations, in order to improve the services provided to People with #Disabilities and to provide means of transportation for these organizations with the #MIVA funds. He concluded by charging the sisters to continue to work hard, not forgetting to record their successes with the EDID Program while appreciating the latter for always being on the lookout for organizations to which donations can be made in order for more lives to be touched.

First publish by the CBC Health Services