Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute presented to the public during “PROMOTE 2011”!

Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute participated in the 4th International Exhibition for Enterprises, SMEs and Partnerships of Yaounde “PROMOTE 2011”, from 3rd – 11 December 2011.  It was an opportunity, for the Africa Eye Foundation to present the institute to Cameroonians. See you at “PROMOTE 2014”.

We share herewith some photographs taken during the exhibition.

Africa Eye Foundation présente Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute a l’Afrique centrale

Africa Eye Foundation Presents Magrabi ICO Cameroon Eye Institute to Central Africa

Notre stand était localisé dans la Zone D, zone de l'Afrique Centrale

We were allocated a stand in "Zone D", the Central Africa zone, in keeping with our subregional mission.

Prevu: Unité spécialisée en soins et chirurgie oculaire  des enfants

There will be a unit specialised in eye diseases and surgery in children, as well as in the management of squints.

Avec l’ouverture de l’institut, les soins oculaires, qui jusque là nécessitaient de nombreuses évacuations sanitaires a l’étranger, seront désormais disponibles au Cameroun et accessible a tous.

It would not be necessary to leave Cameroon and travel abroad for eye care or surgery.

 

TIME FOR A SHORT BREAK!

Yaounde Conference Centre during the international exhibition

Le Palais des Congres de Yaounde

Yaounde Conference Center during the international exhibition

Le quartier Tsinga vu du Palais des congres de Yaounde

Tsinga neighbourhood seen from the Yaounde Conference Center

 

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