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The Rt. Rev. Fonki Samuel Forba, Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) has inaugurated the Cameroon Inclusive Child Eye Hospital – CICEH, Limbe, today Saturday 10th July, 2021.
Preaching at the inauguration ceremony, the Moderator titled his message on the theme, “Let your eyes be healthy.” He called upon all who came to witness this historic event, to keep their spiritual and physical eyes healthy so they don’t become rebellious.
The Rt. Rev. Fonki Samuel while expressing thanks to one of the partners Christofell Blinden Mission – CBS through her country director Mr Julius Fon, he called on the population to make use of this unique health facility that stands out in Cameroon and Central Africa. The Cameroon Inclusive Child Eye Hospital – CICEH, Limbe, is a project realized within a collaboration between the PCC and the Christoffel Blinden Mission- CBM. Other partners include the German Television Foundation RTL and German Lions Club known as Child Eye Health Africa. Within the inauguration ceremony, a memorandum of understanding was signed between the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC and the Christoffel Blinden Mission- CBM. Signing on behalf of the PCC was the Moderator, the Rt. Rev. Fonki Samuel Forba and on behalf of CBM, the Country Director, Mr. Fon Julius. A service car was equally gifted to the Pediatric eye hospital. The Moderator presented two certificates to the partners of the Paediatric Eye Hospital Limbe, and to the Medical Director of the PCC EYE Services, Dr Ngounou as a sign of appreciation for enormous contribution to the PCC Eye services.
The CICEH otherwise called The Pediatric Eye Hospital is now open to the public on a daily basis with well-trained staff to serve.
Present during this ceremony was the Synod Clerk of the PCC Rev. Miki Hans Abia, the Financial Secretary Mr Ngole Ndive Mbuayo Mosuka, the Secretary Committee of the Ministry Rev. Emmanuel B Masok, the National Communication Secretary Rev. Dr. Perpetua Fonki, the Health Services Secretary Dr. Nya Fidelis, other Heads of Departments, a college of Pastors, government officials, community members and the Christian population.
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