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What does the Coronavirus pandemic mean for Cameroon?

'If the West is finding it so challenging to contain this crisis, then we would be in very bad shape because our systems are very, very weak; almost non-existent. It is very scary.'

Since its emergence in December 2019, Coronavirus has spread to nearly every country in the world. While the virus has been slow to spread through African countries, many health experts fear an inevitable outbreak may be catastrophic for the continent.

For All We Can's local Cameroonian partners, the emerging threat of Coronavirus is one that may have devastating consequences. Sophie French, All We Can's Interim Partnership Manager for Cameroon and Team Administrator, interviewed Vincent Folefac Anu, Chief Executive of a local organisation All We Can partners with, to find out more about the emerging threat of Coronavirus in Cameroon.

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