8 Young Cameroonians create a Mobile App called 'Help Yourself App' for Cameroonians in the South West, North West, and other Crisis zones to access medical care.

A dynamic group of 8 young Cameroonians recently launched a mobile application called 'HelpYourself' in response to the ongoing crisis in the North, North West, South West and East regions of Cameroon.

They realized that 1.5 million people are in need of emergency health assistance and so they decided to create a mobile app that will permit its users to talk to a certified medical doctor for FREE in case it was difficult or impossible for them to go to the hospital like during lock downs, ghost towns or in cases where hospitals around have been destroyed and families even fled into bushes.

How do you access the HY app?

The HelpYourself (HY) app as of now is available only for android and can be accessed on Google Playstore through this link http://bit.ly/helpyourselfcm or by just searching the name “HelpYourself” on Playstore; it’s the first app that appears.

How do you Use the app?

After downloading and installing the HY app, you will be required to fill in some prerequisite info on age, country and blood group. After that, you can begin using the app.

To use the Period tracker feature, you need only to input “the first day of your last menstrual period”

In order to access the live chat with a medical doctor feature, you would be required to sign up with your email (takes at most 30 seconds) before you start exchanging messages.

For any questions, you can access FAQ on the tab at top left.

The app is already up and running, download it now and talk to a certified Medical Doctor for FREE.

You can contact the team on Social Media:
Mobile App: http://bit.ly/helpyourselfcm
Twitter: @Maealth 
Facebook: @Maealth 
Website:  https://www.maealth.com/ 

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