Some four health institutions of the Mungo Division of the Littoral Region, Yesterday 4th November 2015 benefited from the donation of 48 medical equipment distributed amongst them by a Njombe based Micro-financial institution, Muteuelle Communautaire de Croissance (MC2).
The equipment worth over 10 million francs CFA was distributed amongst the four health institutions targeted which are: Dispensaire Publique de Njombe, Dispensaire Catholique de Njombe, Hopital ST Jean de Malte Njombe, and Centre de Sante de Penja. Amongst the Equipment distributed are: Delivery beds, Office chair, Microscope, Dressing trolley, Digital blood pressure machines, Otoscope, Surgical aspirators, Fridge and Stethoscope, which were supplied to MC2 by Cameroons giant medical equipment company Premier Medical SARL. With over fifteen years of experience in the sector of medical equipment, Premier Medical will also take charge of the installation, user training, and after sales maintenance of the equipment in the various health establishments.
Presiding during the distribution ceremony was the representative of the SDO for Njombe-Penja Abel Tidsani, who acknowledged the massive turn out of the population for the event. Abel also congratulated MC2 for their commitment to community development, and reiterated the importance of communal growth, as a door way to achieving Cameroons emergence vision of 2035. Also present during the ceremony were the Mayor of Penja, some traditional dignitaries, and the Director General of Premier Medical Ebung Chrysantus.
According to the Unit Director of MC2 Pierre Céléstin Themah, Wednesday’s ceremony was another humbling activity for MC2, adding to a series of good will gestures carried out by the institution to improve and promote community development. MC2 proud itself as a Microfinance institution, whose principal objective is to fight poverty in the community, through the provision of socio-Economic services. Prior to Wednesday’s donation, MC2 has also been very active in the educational milieu considering that they have provided many benches to some schools in the area.