Total Health Center

One Tribe Update; Library & Health Expansion

Last year you supported our One Tribe campaign, a campaign consisting of education and health specialists striving to make knowledge and healthcare accessible to communities in rural Cameroon. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for the people we serve and to provide them with health and educational tools that empower them now, and [...]

August 3rd, 2016|Cameroon|

A Purposeful Journey

Traveling with Pandit Rajmani Tigunait and the Himalayan Institute team is a one-of-a-kind experience. Those who joined Panditji this summer on the trip to Cameroon ended their two-week service pilgrimage with nothing less than that. The trip was filled with adventure, selfless service, great food, and a peek into an authentic West African culture. The [...]

September 14th, 2015|Cameroon|

Total Health Consultants

It’s the clear, simple, affordable things that help you to take control of your health. At the Himalayan Institute Cameroon, the Total Health Consultants provide free health consultations that give thousands of people access to basic healthcare, to practical health information, and to affordable remedies and products. Promoting positive health practices and preventive health techniques, [...]

May 8th, 2014|Cameroon|

What is the Total Health Program?

Our Total Health Program shores up critical gaps in the current health system of Northwest Cameroon. Cameroon is home to approximately 20.5 million people, and the average life expectancy is 52 years, with a majority dying of preventable communicable diseases. In 2013 alone, our Health Centers and Health Education activities reached over 80,000 people in [...]

May 5th, 2014|Cameroon|

Growing Healing Herbs in Cameroon

The Total Health Center at the Himalayan Institute Cameroon, focuses on treating diseases and health problems specific to the local population in Bui, Cameroon. This is a region in a country that is still developing, produces very little for domestic consumption, and imports almost everything. The irony is that the land in Cameroon is lush and capable [...]

April 7th, 2014|Cameroon|

Public Health Education: Spreading the Health Revolution

In 2013, our Humanitarian Team expanded the outreach of the Total Health Education Program with a widespread public health education campaign. This campaign radiated out from the Total Health Center in Kumbo to the people in the surrounding region, called Bui. Building health awareness, and introducing the concept of creating and sustaining health, are already starting [...]

March 28th, 2014|Cameroon|

Our Health Center in Kumbo

“Our health is our wealth” is a phrase the humanitarian team overhears when they make site visits to Cameroon, West Africa. The Total Health Program, part of Himalayan Institute Cameroon, serves an impoverished rural population in an English-speaking area in and around Kumbo, Cameroon. In this part of the world, basic health knowledge and what [...]

February 13th, 2014|Cameroon|

Two Ways We Bridge the Health Care Gaps in Cameroon

Our Total Health Program in Kumbo, Cameroon, is now the center of a health care revolution: steadily growing, filling much-needed health care gaps and providing health education in and around Kumbo. In fact, the more people we educate and treat in the area, the greater the demand for services, products, and information, creating new employment [...]

January 30th, 2014|Cameroon|

Introducing Total Health Revolution

The Himalayan Institute Humanitarian Team is excited to unveil its latest humanitarian venture—the Total Heath Revolution in Cameroon, West Africa! The Total Health Revolution aims to increase health knowledge and subsequently improve long-term health outcomes by reaching 75,000 people over the course of the next several months. The program, based out of the Himalayan Institute Cameroon, will [...]

July 18th, 2013|Cameroon|

Eco-Friendly Humanitarian Efforts in Kumbo

Cameroon’s First Solar Panels At Himalayan Institute Cameroon, power outages are so frequent that a back-up generator is necessary to keep the lights and computers on in the library and health center and the equipment running in the vocational school. To keep the generator battery charged, a staff member must run the generator 15 minutes [...]

January 25th, 2013|Cameroon|