Ascovime Paris has organized a Charity Diner to raise money for future campaigns and for a car that will facilitate the transportation of volunteers and equipment on our missions. 90 guests were present. Thank you for coming!
During the campaign to Doukoula, Ascovime’s team met an orphan girl from the village of Konkorong. She had a tumor in her jawbone. To get surgery she had to go to Yaoundé, 2000km from her village. The inhabitants of the village collect money to finance her trip. The surgery went well and she is now back in Konkorong. See the report from Dr. George Bwelle here: Report (in French).
Discover the report from Doukoula (Report in English). 30 volunteers participated in one of Ascovime’s biggest campaigns ever. Close to 1900 people received medical consultation.
Ascovime Paris made a short reportage during the mission to Doukoula. If you are wondering how Ascovime works on the ground, this video well encapsulates it. Do not hesitate to share the video.
Six members from Ascovime Paris participated in the campaign to Doukoula. Thanks to your donation, Ascovime Paris could buy much needed drugs and medical equipment as a contribution to the campaign. You can see parts of it in the movie.
The Variety Gospel and Dance was a huge success. More than 450 people came to see the show organized by students from IUT in Carcassonne. We would like to thank the students from Carcassonne who did a wonderful job and who decided to donate the receipts from the show to Ascovime. We received more than 2.000 euro!
To celebrate the New Year, Ascovime Paris organized a cake sale (Galette des Rois) for friends, family, old members and hopefully some new ones. Discover the movie of the event (in French). We would like to thank everyone who came!
Ascovime conducted its annual General Assembly the 29th of September 2010. Here you can download and read the General Assembly Minutes (Minutes 2010 in French).
The president of Ascovime Paris held a presentation about Ascovime at a nursing school in Sens, France. Nurses are much needed during the medical campaigns. We hope to see some of the during the campaigns with Dr Bwelle