10Apr/17

A Mother’s Path from Pain 2 Peace: A Medical Mission to Lebialem Cameroon

With ten days left to go, we are putting everything together to organize a successful medical mission to the Lebialem Division in the South West Region of Cameroon. We have received someRead More…

27Mar/17

Press Release by the Chairman of the Board/Gbm & OCA

Press Release by Chief Charles A. Taku On the 15th anniversary of the transition into glory of Mama Helen ATABONG ASABA O’tabong Charitable Association (OCA) & Gabriel BEBONBECHEM MBIAOH Foundation for EpilepsyRead More…

07Mar/17

General Information and Sponsorship Request for a Medical Mission

The Gabriel Bebonbechem Foundation & Center for Epilepsy & Mental wellbeing in partnership with the Otabong Asaba Association (OCA) for diabetes and empowerment of the Woman & the Girl Child, is organizingRead More…

10Feb/17

Announcing a 3rd Medical Mission to our Pilot Area

Hello World, ahead of our participation at the 3rd Epilepsy Congress in Dakar in May, we at the Gbm Foundation are organizing a 3rd Medical Mission to Fontem. Kindly get involved andRead More…

06Feb/17

Our Abstract Accepted for the 3rd African Epilepsy Congress

Hello World, We at the Gbm Foundation for epilepsy and mental wellbeing are starting the new year with great strides. When we started barely two years ago, we were taking a bigRead More…

11Jan/17

Stigma ushers Shame and Shame ushers Stigma : Such a vicious cycle…

    Hello all, Merry Merry We hope you had a wonderful end of 2016! We equally hope you are all looking forward to a more bigger, brighter and better 2017. WeRead More…

28Nov/16

A Project for Epilepsy Mobile Clinics

In her effort to contribute to the fight against epilepsy, the Gbm-em foundation is  advocating for the introduction of epilepsy mobile clinics in its pilot program area of the Lebialem Division ofRead More…

21Nov/16

The Gbm Foundation Produces A Teacher’s Handbook of Epilepsy for Schools

The Gbm Foundation seeks to step up its efforts to bring epilepsy out of the shadows. Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological conditions with approximately 70 million people affected worldwide.Read More…