PACF-UK/ViiV Health Care Team Visits IVFCam For Partners’ Assessment

On June 12, 2014, PACF-UK/ViiV Health Care and the Cameroon Baptist Convention (CBC) Health Services Technical Assistance Team, paid a memorable visit to Interfaith Vision Foundation Cameroons’ headquarters in Bamenda, within the framework of the project “Tools for HIV Prevention & Reproductive Health for Young Widows & Unmarried Women, and their Communities in the North West Region,from November 2011- October 2014” currently implemented by IVFCam. Composed of a team of 5, led by Mr. Dominic Kemps, and representatives from the CBC Health Services TA Team, the visit had as objective to strengthen partnership ties and donor relations, as well as assess partners’ capacity to implement ongoing and future project interventions, within the domain of effective health care delivery and HIV/AIDS. After an organizational tour of IVFCam headquarters and its various program areas, under the guidance of the C.E.O, Anne Stella Fomumbod, the Project Manager, Nigel Mbaya Ngia,then gave an elaborate presentation on the ongoing PACF-UK funded project to the team. The project had as objective to improve on the reproductive health and HIV/AIDS status of widows and unmarried women, and recorded major achievements amongst which included:

Being a partner capacity assessment visit, Mr. Dominic Kemps, after a series of exchanges, appreciated the organizations’ viability in managing the

project as well as the ground breaking achievements recorded by the project’s intervention. He also applauded the governance and administrative process of Interfaith Vision Foundation Cameroon, that witnessed a significant improvement following the previous ViiV Technical Assistance visit by the CBC Health Services, Bamenda team.

IVFCam Staff and Members pose with PACF-UK Team in family photograph

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