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Delphine G Ngehndab
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  • Cameroon
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Started Oct 17, 2008

Highway Africa --World's largest Conference of African journalists
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rina Mukherji Oct 19, 2008.

 

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Dec 1, 2013
Delphine G Ngehndab left a comment for George Koomson
"Dear George, We always have to start from somewhere don't we? If the health sector can prioritise the health of patients and follow their 'knighthood vow', I suppose other structure would pick from there. In curbing corruption we…"
Mar 26, 2010
Delphine G Ngehndab and Africa Reporters are now friends
Mar 26, 2010
Delphine G Ngehndab replied to MikeShanahan's discussion How much do TV and radio cover climate change in your countries?
"There is absolutely minimal coverage of climate change in Cameroon. If you see a story on TV or listen to a program on radio about climate change, know that in most cases some money is exchanging hands somewhere. It is either the journalist has been…"
Mar 26, 2010
George Koomson left a comment for Delphine G Ngehndab
"Hello Ms Gwanvala, Long time I went off the mail for a rather long time. Speaking about improvinng health ddelivery in Africa, do you think it will be possible to have transparency in the health sector when that is missing in other sectors, George."
Oct 16, 2009
Delphine G Ngehndab replied to Gavin Yamey's discussion Seeking Ideas on Poverty and Health
"Improving the health of those living on less than a dollar in Cameroon will be to ensure that health services in this country are transparent. Have you ever been sick and when you get to the hospital for consultation the doctor will prefer to attend…"
Jun 30, 2009
Delphine G Ngehndab and johana ernawati are now friends
May 3, 2009

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Country:
Cameroon
What do you do?
Reporter, Editor, Researcher
Organisation
Abakwa FM Radio
Fields of interest
agriculture, health, climate change, sustainable development, poverty reduction
Email address
ngehdelphine@yahoo.com
Website:
http://delngehndy.wordpress.com
Languages
English and French
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Delphine G Ngehndab's Blog

ENOUGH FOOD FOR ALL

The food shops and vegetable malls are all filled

with all sorts of foods stuffs

but these food stuffs are getting rottened

as people can not afford to buy due to hikes in food prices



Every tuesday morning i find a man

unravelling my trash outside

and i wonder what is this man doing here?

Only for me to find out that he is leaking the

remains of unconsumable left over which i threw away



As i walk to the mall, i find out

the shop… Continue

Posted on January 26, 2009 at 11:12

BEST WISHES FOR 2009

DEAR ALL,
Another year is drawing nigh and I think all of us as journalists, researchers and scientists have been working arduously to make things happen while others watched. What more can we do but to take one day off and relax albeit some of us won't stop. Wish you all a HAPPY NEW YEAR and may the tidings of 2009 abound in your lives and your work
best wishes
Ms Gwanvalla

Posted on December 29, 2008 at 5:24 — 4 Comments

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At 16:11 on October 16, 2009, George Koomson said…
Hello Ms Gwanvala,

Long time I went off the mail for a rather long time. Speaking about improvinng health ddelivery in Africa, do you think it will be possible to have transparency in the health sector when that is missing in other sectors,

George.
At 10:58 on January 11, 2009, George Ansa Duke said…
Hello,
I hope you're fine!
At 11:46 on December 30, 2008, Chukwuemeka Okereafor said…
Ok Delphine, just searched you up on this network. I see you are real. I have loads of people who say they want to collaborate or work with me, and sometimes you have to double-check. I am presently in London, but will return to Abuja before the Jan12 2008. You will get another email from me.

Well done

Emeka
At 19:31 on December 29, 2008, George Ansa Duke said…
Hello Ngeh,
I am well pleased to meet and work with you here, how's your research task finding you? I wish you all the best!
At 16:23 on December 29, 2008, Olayinka Oyegbile said…
Yes, It's nice to know someone like you and share ideas.
 
 
 

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