Tag Archives: The Gbm Foundation for Epilepsy and Mental Wellbeing

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…

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…

17Aug/15

One of the best ways to combat to Stigma in Mental Health, is to talk ceaselessly about different issues involved

The Time to Act is always now We do not need to wait for the World Mental Health Day to Dare2TalkAbout it. Consequently, the theme for this year’s celebration on the 10thRead More…

11Aug/15

Health Care Systems: The Hidden Enemy and illnesses

Hello World, this week we share a personal post by the Programme Director of the Gbm-em Foundation, who is the mother of late Gabriel Bebonbechem. The above design of a health careRead More…

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…