Andre Mama Fouda, Cameroon’s Public Health Minister, will in the company of other cabinet Ministers visit the humanitarian flying eye hospital, Orbis, stationed at the Yaounde Nsimalen airport today.
The Flying Eye hospital started it’s humanitarian mission in Cameroon early October and was expected to stay in the country for a month. Since it’s arrival, the hospital team of eye experts have provided hands-on training on eye care to medical teams.
The hospital’s first two missions took place at the Douala international airport in 1991 and Yaoundé in 2013. The non-profit has renowned international eye experts, provides programs for the prevention of blindness and treats blinding disease in developing countries.