How Cameroon's Crisis is Placing Strain on Health System
The Vice Chairman of Cameroon's National Order of Doctors, Tetani Ekwe, has said that the health and humanitarian needs of the displaced and refugees are increasing daily, yet the doctor-patient ratio stands at one doctor per 50,000 inhabitants in rural areas, instead of the one doctor per 10,000 inhabitants recommended by the World Health Organization.
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