04Aug/15

Continuing our Advocacy: Further Sensitization Campaigns

Hello World, no one sensitization campaign can ever be too many to inform the population about health issues above all. This is so logical if we all admit that health is wealth,Read More…

13Jul/15

Official launching of the Let’sDare2Talk About it Campaign at Radio Lebialem

Dear World, Twenty days from now, the Gbm Foundation for Epilepsy and Mental Wellbeing will be commemorating the 1st anniversary of Gabriel’s passing on to Glory. The Foundation was officially registered aRead More…

02Jul/15

Forging Partnerships: Meeting with Julie Tamler of the Inclusion Centre

The Country Director for Cameroon of the Gbm Foundation, was recently on a maiden visit to the US. Among other reasons for the trip, was the consolidation of the status of theRead More…

06Jun/15

Gabriel Bebonbechem’s Story

Gabriel Bebonbechem fondly known as “Petit Papa” was born on June 6th 1981 in Clinique De Chateau in Douala Cameroon to Bibiana MBUHAZEKE TAKU and Mr. Francis MBIAOH (NKEMABIN), then, the thirdRead More…

02Jun/15

Role of the neurologist in the psychiatric management of patients with epilepsy

Hello world, this week we continue our advocacy for patients suffering from epilepsy and or mental health disorders, by looking at the role can play in the management of such epileptics. LastRead More…

29May/15

The Relationship between Epilepsy and Mental illness

Today, the Gbm Foundation for Epilepsy and Mental Wellbeing wants to look at some research and statistics which point to a relationship between epilepsy and mental illness. We draw our content fromRead More…

25May/15

Epilepsy Awareness: Some Experiences from the Field

The Gbm Foundation recently launched a project in the Lebialem Division of Cameroon in Africa dubed: “Inclusive Education For Young Epileptics” – You can read the project report here. The project isRead More…