Talking about disorders like epilepsy and mental health conditions, is almost still taboo in Cameroon and surely pretty much of Africa.

07Jan/16

Wrapping up our activities for 2015 with an important Presentation at a PanAfrican Meeting

Dear World, we at the Gbm Foundation seize the opportunity of this first post in 2016, to wish us all a more engaging new year. The Foundation turned 1 in September 2015,Read More…

17Nov/15

A Most Laudable and Commendable initiative by our Youth Ambassador

The above clip is a most laudable and commendable advocacy and sensitzation campaign message by a Gbm-em Youth Ambassador Ms Ronaldine A. Taku. In her brief but poignant message, she dispels someRead More…

12Oct/15

A Gbm Solidarity Walk to bring Epilepsy out of the Shadows

Join us Let’s Walk to Bring Epilepsy out of the Shadows: The Gbm-em Foundation is organizing it’s maiden Solidarity Walk on the 31st of October 2015 under the theme: Let’s Bring EpilepsyRead More…

06Oct/15

The Gbm-em Foundation organizes a roundtable discussion on Dignity in Mental Health

This was a radio campaign on World Brain Day under the theme Epilepsy Let’s really talk about Dignity in Mental Health!!! This is what the Gbm-em Foundation has invited stakeholders from theRead More…

15Sep/15

Gbm’s work recognized in an article by the renowned Lancet Neurology

When you embark on a mission as delicate as advocating and fighting myths and stigma surrounding epilepsy, you are always very honoured when your efforts are recognized. It was therefore with withRead More…

01Sep/15

What Dignity in Mental Health?

Hello world, this 10th of October the world celebrates yet another Day dubed Mental Health Day. This year’s theme is ” Dignity in mental health” and this is the focus of ourRead More…