Community Health And Social Development For Cameroon-(COHESODEC)

(Unverified non-profit organisation)

CORE COMPETENCES

COHESODEC serves in the following areas :

Fight Against HIV/AIDS
Fight Against Tuberculosis
Fight Against Maternal and Neonatal Mortality
Promote and Support Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Promotion and Empowerment of Youths
Mobilization and Support of Refugees and internally displaced persons
Promotion Of Good Governance In Cameroon
Promotion and Protection of Human Rights
Promotion of Agriculture and Food Security
Promotion of Democracy and Elections Monitoring in Cameroon
Fight Against Malaria
Fight Against Malnutrition
Promotion Of Gender Equality and Women Empowerment
Promotion and Support for the Elderly population
Promotion and Support of the Marginalized Segment of the Population
Fight against Corruption and promotion of Transparency in Cameroon
Promotion of Professional Ethics
Fight against Climate Change and the Promotion of Environmental protection
Promotion of Livestock Production in Cameroon

Website

http://www.cohesodec-cameroon.org

Year established

2013

Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

1 million - 100 million

Participant in relevant networks

Early Childhood Development- (ECD Cameroon) Cameroon Network Of Human Rights Organizations-(CNHRO)>(RECODH) North-West Association Of Development Organizations -(NWADO) Cameroon National AIDS Control Committee-(NACC) RĂ©seau des Synergies Contre les Pathologies Tropical-(RESYPAT) Plateforme des Organization de la Societe Civil Pour la Promotion de la vaccination et le Renforcement de systeme de Sante au Cameroun- (PROVARESSC) Plan International Cameroon -Bamenda Program office Unit Cameroon National Commission On Human Right And Freedoms- (NCHRF)

Further information


About this organisation

Partnership types

Advocacy of global issues; Standards and guidelines development; Project funding;...show all (4)

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Cameroon

Global issues

Children, youth and family welfare; Community development; Disability issues; Education...show all (6)