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Cooperation between Cameroon and Israel benefits local people

Little Adriana (2 years old) is the first Cameroonian to benefit from surgery from the heart of the Israeli non-governmental organization Save a Child's Heart.

Devdiscourse News Desk 24 May 2018, 02:27 PM Cameroon
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Israel has once again shared its effectiveness in several areas, exchange of skills, technologies, practical knowledge, and it is Cameroon that benefited this time. For this purpose, a ceremony was organized in the gardens of the Israeli Embassy in Cameroon.

The ceremony involved the presentation of a child who had benefited from heart surgery in Israel, a technology to purify water and a gift of equipment to an association to improve its performance in beekeeping.

Little Adriana (2 years old) is the first Cameroonian to benefit from surgery from the heart of the Israeli non-governmental organization Save a Child's Heart. She was diagnosed with a malformation of the heart at birth and was spotted by Professor Chelo David, a doctor at the Chantal Biya Foundation in Yaounde, who took the steps for this intervention of the NGO.

Ambassador Ran Gidor also presented a device for purifying water. Devoid of water and located in a desert, Israel has developed technologies to make every drop of water a scarce commodity profitable. First, a technology coming from Nuf Filtration. Designed with recycled dialysis filters, this device can treat water and can provide up to 1000 m3 of water per hour. It does not require electricity or spare parts and can be used for up to three years.

Ladies Business Network (LBN) has benefited from a donation of equipment to improve the fruits of beekeeping from Israel. LBN received, among other things, 15 hives, gloves, smokers and protective clothing that will improve the yield of honey, pollen, and wax. bees. For the benefit of young entrepreneurs who are committed to producing honey.