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    JUMP Africa, Medshare, Utopia group and Samuel Eto'o Foundation, send medical supplies to Laquintinie hospital!


    The Laquintinie hospital in Douala is notorious for rendering inadequate care to patients for some reasons which include limited facilities. HERE is a case study, which sparked a lot of controversy this year. 

    So to get involved and generate positive change; JUMP Africa, Medshare, Utopia group and Samuel Eto'o Foundation, send medical supplies to Laquintinie hospital in Douala; Cameroon! 

    Samuel Eto'o has a wing in the Laquintinie hospital which he built and constantly supports. 
    This time he partnered with JUMP Africa, Utopia Group and Medshare to send medical supplies to improve the medical quality of the hospital, and cater to the people's needs.
    Medical supplies being prepared for shipping

    Medical supplies being prepared for shipping

    Medical supplies being transported for shipping



    The shipment is expected to reach in Cameroon sometime early next year! 

    Meanwhile, JUMP Africa, is working on shipping more books and supplies to ease education for the underprivileged.

    So far, JUMP Africa, has shipped over 250,000 books to schools in four African countries; Cameroon, Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda, and is on track to send a million books, to support 500 learning centers all across Africa.

    Near Future projects include: supporting the “Word Alive Orphanage” in Ghana, supporting the “Treasure Center” in Bamenda, Cameroon (in which JUMP Africa recently did some Volunteer work), providing an updated library for “The Sound of silence school” (School for the Deaf in Buea; Cameroon), supporting the “Bulu blind center”(school for the blind in Buea; Cameroon) with Brail books, laptops and recorders.

    Click HERE to support!
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