African and Western medical experts met in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroun, on Tuesday (15 April) for a three-day conference to discuss ways to fight endemic diseases in Central Africa.
LV EXT. Sheraton Hotel.
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SV AND CU Minister of Health Kamga reads opening speech.
SV Cameroun delegate.
SV Delegates from Orstom.
CU PAN Delegates from OCEAC.
SV Mr. Kamga continues.
SV Other delegates.
CU France delegates.
SV Delegates from Pasteur Institute.
SV Delegates from US Aid.
SV PAN Delegates listen as Mr. Kamga continues. (2 shots)
SV Delegates applaud.
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Background: African and Western medical experts met in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroun, on Tuesday (15 April) for a three-day conference to discuss ways to fight endemic diseases in Central Africa.
Delegates from five member countries, Gabon, Central African Republic, the People's Republic of Congo and Cameroun -- joined observers at the 10th conference of the Organisation for Co-Ordination in the Fight against Endemic Diseases in Central Africa (OCEAC).
Cameroun's Minister of Health and Social Welfare, Paul Fokam Kamga, opened the meeting. He praised the organisation for providing a useful service to its members.
Mr. Kamga stressed the importance of the formation of a committee to look into the priorities in tackling their health problems.