Doctors Without Borders quits Southwest region, Ends Project

This decision is taken following the suspension of their activities 3 months ago and futile efforts made to realize the release of 2 staff who have been unjustly detained (according to their Communiqué) since December 2021 and January 2022.

The international Medical organization, has however not given up on continuing talks with authorities that be, to enable them continue their humanitarian activities in a safe environment.

For the safety of their teams, not knowing when they may resume activities in the Southwest region; in Kumba and Mamfe respectively, management has decided to hold on with it's projects and close it's doors temporarily.

Doctors without Borders is doing all to ensure that its staff can comfortably work in an environment without being prosecuted unjustly for providing medical assistance to those in need.

They consider reviewing their decision on resuming activities after exchanges with the Cameroon government and when they are sure that staff can comfortably return to serving humanity without any threat of life.

Doctors Without Borders intends intends to continue providing medival support to all patients in need, inline with medical ethics and the international humanitarian law.

Ndefru Melanie

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