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It was Jonas Salk who said, “The reward for work well done is the opportunity to do more.” This quote fits squarely as a square peck in a square hole when describing the execution of the partnership between the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) and the Christian Blind Mission (CBM).
The CBM International CEO Dr. Rainer Brockhaus was physically present in Cameroon on Saturday 02nd October 2021 at the Monte Febe hotel in Yaounde where PCC exhibited all the CBM projects in execution under the PCC Health Services. On hand to receive the august guest were the Rt. Rev. Fonki Samuel Forba, Moderator of the PCC, the Health Services Secretary Dr. Nyaah Fidelis and other personnel of the PCC Health Services.
The CBM CEO was visibly satisfied with the work carried out by the PCC at the Presbyterian Community Rehabilitation Services (PCRS) Kumba, Paediatric Eye Hospital Limbe and at the Glaucoma Eye Care Project in Bafoussam and Douala.
This expression of satisfaction at the execution of CBM projects thus far, let to the signing of a new partnership deal with the PCC, whose funding will be directed to the Paediatric Eye Hospital Limbe for the acquisition of new equipment and to the setting up of a Data Management System for the hospital.