REPORT ON THE CELEBRATION OF THE 2018
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES IN NSEH NKUM SUB DIVISION
After considering our activities with persons with disabilities in the North West and South West Regions of
Cameroon and the theme for the celebrations of this year’s international day of persons with disabilities “Empowering Persons with Disabilities and Ensuring Inclusiveness and
Equality”, we decided to celebrate this event with a difference. Announcements were passed in churches requesting free registration of articles produced by persons with disabilities to showcase their talents. This exercise saw the registration of over 40 participants both children
and adults registering with farm products like maize, beans, cabbage and some bamboo works like bamboo chairs, bee hives and basket.
A few presented caps made out of raffia and garden spices...
A REPORT ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF MEDICATIONS
TO EPILEPTIC PATIENTS IN THREE HEALTH
CENTERS IN BAFUT 25/08/2018
Phenobarbital 100mg is one of the tablets taken by epileptic patients on daily basis for sustenance. Based on doctors recommendations some patients are recommended to take two in the morning and two in the evening while others are only given one tablet daily. Today the Agape Unity Program provided and opportunity for over 35 epileptic patients in three health centers in the Bafut Sub division to receive medications that can carry over for three months. We conceived this activity this time around to ensure that these patients who depend on daily medications can be able to have their treatment throughout the three months of uncertainty within the crisis in the North West Region and the pre and post-elections period.
REPORT ON THE TWO COMES TOGETHER IN MBAM
NGEHNDZEN AND NSEH FONS PALACE
On 27th July 2018
MEETING PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES AT AJUA –
The visit to Ajua by the Agape Unity team of two coordinators and two Rev. Sisters and the Driver had as its main objective to assist the persons with disabilities with basic needs in difficult times. Adjua and its neighboring quarters of Njimiya and Mundum constitute one of the border villages of Bafut Sub Division. It is this distance over hills and valleys that Sr. Judith and her team covered to share the love of the Agape Unity program with disabled persons and their families.
A REPORT ON THE SENSITIZATION AND NEED
ASSESMENT VISIT TO
BENAKUMA - 09-12 OF MAY 2018
The journey to Benakum in the Menchum Valley Sub Division to sensitize and carryout needs assessment for persons with disabilities especially the young ones was a long and tedious one. It took a team of three Sr. Divine, Pastor Alfred and Verdzekov Divine over five hours on rough roads amidst tension pose by the crisis in the two English regions of Cameroon and the tribal war between the Isimbi and the Gemba people to reach the destination – Benakuma.
CONTINUOUS SENSITIZATIONIN NKUM WITH SR.
RUTH AND VERDZEKOV DIVINE
11th TO THE 12th OF APRIL 2018
After accompanying the Agape Unity Program team to sensitize the leaders of Disable persons associations from Donga Mantung at the Ndu council on the 10th of April 2018, a visit that also saw Sr. Ruth addressing the Christian Women Fellowship of the Presbyterian Church in Ndu, the sensitization and need assessment continue in Nkum Sub Division on the 11th and 12th of April 2018. The purpose of this second visit in Nkum was to meet with some officials, continue to identify new cases and to conclude on the needs of previously identified to be assisted.
A REPPORT ON THE MEETING WITH LEADERS OF ASSOCIATIONS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES
IN NDU - 10th APRIL 2018
Even though the activities for the enhancement of living conditions for persons with disabilities had started earlier with the coordinator for Donga Mantung, it was still necessary for group leaders to come together and be enlightened by Sr. Judith and the team from Bafut on the objectives and importance of the activities of the Emmanuel Sisters and Agape Unity Program. It is for this reason that this meeting was scheduled to hold from the 09th to the 10th of April 2018 at Ndu.
The Emmanuel Sisters of Bafut in Bamenda
North West Region of Cameroon
is a religious congregation
within the Presbyterian Church of Cameroon (PCC).
Based on saint Irénée saying that
"God's glory is a standing man"
Sr. Judith who herself has been on a wheel chair
in 2009 started the AGAPE UNITY PROGRAM
to identify, care, educate and support
children and young adults suffering
from physical handicap
in the remote villages of Cameroon.
A REPORT PRESENTED - BY REV. SISTER RUTH (PDF-LINK)
REPORTS (pdf) AND MEETINGS (videos, photos) FROM 2016 to 2017
Email Address: Agape Unity <email@example.com>
Maranatha: Lord Jesus Christ and dwell with us. Amen
5:00 am Vigil
6:00 am Lauds
7:25 am Teirce
12:00 pm Sext
4:30 pm Vespers
7:30 pm Compline Sunday Service: 8:00 am