The Saint Leonard Health and Research Foundation, Inc.
SLHER Foundation headquarter is at Bobende Limbe II Sub-division Fako Division, South West Region, Cameroon. Created in 2010 by Dr Sinda Leontine, The Saint Leonard Health and Research Foundation, is a non-governmental , non racial, non religious, and non political organization composed of professionals from different background and volunteers who work together for social and economic inclusion of young girls and women and to bring education and primary health care closer to  underserved, rural and non accessible zones and refugees camps in Cameroon and Africa.

    Reduce poverty and infectious diseases alarming rate, improve reproductive health, water, hygiene and sanitation through effective participation and empowerment of more rural women and young girls which will lead to social economic growth and Sustainable Development in underserved, rural and non accessible communities and refugees camps in Cameroon and  Africa.


    To develop effective strategies to reach the less privileged especially women and children in non accessible, rural, and underserved zones  and refugees camps with quality primary health care, essential drugs, vocational training, education on preventive methods against infectious diseases and cancers, rural women and young girls empowermen and capacity building of health care workers in rural health centers in Cameroon and Africa.

     The NGO is divided into four departments: a primary health care setting, a paramedical and premedical training school, community empowerment project, and a  research department.

     Educate and bring primary health care closer to the underserved communities and less privileged especially women and children in non accessible,rural and underserved zones in Cameroon, Africa and refugees camps, and fight against socio/economic exclusion and gender based violence.


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   To develop mobile strategies to reach more women and children with education, primary health care and essential drugs so as to reach rural women with Ante Natal Care and emergency care in case of complications in underserved, non accessible, rural zones and refugees camps in Cameroon, Africa.

 To reinforce human resources in quantity and in quality in non accessible rural zones through vocational training, workshops, seminars and conferences for better management and prevention of infectious diseases in children under five (05) years old and pregnant women.

 To sensitize the rural communities on the benefit of vaccinating a child under 0-05 years old, the benefit of education, the protection of environment, hygiene and sanitation.
 To reinforce IEC activities on behavioral change and create awareness on diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases, STIs, hepatitis B and C, HIV/AIDS, cancers, unwanted pregnancies and abortion.


 Target Public1: vulnerable children in rural zones
 Target Public 2: vulnerable women and young girls in rural zones and refugees camps.
 Target Public 3: villages in Cameroon and Africa.
 Target Public 4: local participants trained for the implementation of projects on health and environment, education, water, hygiene and sanitation. 

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