Orange Foundation Cameroon provides access to drinking water in Mbalmayo

Thanks to a donation by the Orange Foundation in Cameroon, people from riverside communities in the Saint Luc de Mbalmayo hospital, located in the centre of Cameroon, will be able to benefit from a new well and access clean drinking water more easily.

The well opened at the hospital will guarantee that equipment can be sterilised, allow the surgical procedures schedule to be implemented more efficiently and ensure good hygiene in all areas of the health centre.

In addition, as part of its programme to combat the blindness that is prevalent both in the locality and throughout all of Cameroon, the Orange Foundation has announced that it will be helping to refurbish the ophthalmological unit at Saint Luc hospital.

Firmly committed to digital solidarity activities, the Orange Foundation also offers prompt assistance with construction and renovation operations in those areas where such work is vital for the population.

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