Quality Of Cameroon’s Health Services Under Fire Following Death Of Pregnant Woman

VOA News: Death of Pregnant Woman Provokes Debate on Cameroon’s Health Care
“Hundreds of people protested in Douala, Cameroon, Sunday, a day after the death of a pregnant woman who was reportedly left untreated by hospital staff because she was not able able to pay consultation fees. … [T]he tragedy had led to criticisms and protests from political parties, human rights groups, and angry youths, as well as sparked debate about the quality of services delivered in Cameroonian hospitals…” (Kindzeka, 3/14).

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