USAID West Africa Director commends Caseworkers for Championing Community HIV Care

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Julie Nenon, the West Africa Office Director for USAID (US Agency for International Development), has praised the Caseworkers of the CoSMO Project for their efforts in providing healthcare to underserved communities.


The CoSMO Project (Consolidating Systems and Services for the Management of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in Cameroon) has been working to improve the health outcomes of vulnerable children in Cameroon.


Director Nenon expressed her appreciation during a visit to the zonal office of the CoSMO Project in Douala, where she and Christopher Merriman, USAID Cameroon Desk Officer, listened to the stories and journeys of project participants. She thanked the Caseworkers and everyone who supported them, acknowledging the tremendous work they do by “going into people’s homes and communities to make a positive difference in their lives.”

During the visit, the CoSMO Project team presented the work they have accomplished since the project’s inception, which impressed both Nenon and Merriman.


Nenon expressed her gratitude to the team, saying that “it was an honour to meet them and see the faces of the people who benefit from USAID assistance and the partnership that is involved.”


CoSMO is a USAID-PEPFAR-funded project being implemented by the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC). It aims to provide quality care and support to orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS in Cameroon


The visit was held on December 13, 2023

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