Cameroon Nurses And Midwives Association UK

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Supporting nursing in the UK and Cameroon


Meet Our Executive Members

Mrs Rose Hombo

President

Rose Hombo has background as a Mental Health Nurse with

25 years of experience working in the NHS...Read more 

Mrs Franka Mutah

Vice President

Mrs Beatrice Atungsiri

Treasurer

Beatrice Atungsiri is a Staff Nurse

specialised in stroke care at Winchester Hospital NHS trust...

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Mrs Amina Ajembu

Financial Secretary


Mrs Helen Surtees

Secretary


Mrs Bridget Mancho -Yengi

Vice Secretary

Bridget Mancho-Yengi is a Registered General Nurse. Senior Sister at the Hampshire hospitals.

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Ms Quinta Asongwe

Publicity Secretary


Mrs Elizaberth Fongwen

Vice Publicity Secretary



Ms Evodian Fonyonga

      Education Lead


Mrs Gladys Ngwasiri

 Chief Whip


Ms Elsie Monju

Assistant Chief Whip



Meet Our Patrons

Dr Rosemary Burnley

Patron

Dr Rosemary Burnley (SFHEA; MCIM; MCIPR; MCMI) Dr Rosemary Burnley is an academic... Read more

Mr Julius Nkafu

Patron

Julius is an expert in International Arbitration, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators .. Read more

Dr Samuel Atungsiri

Patron

Dr Samuel A Atungsiri BSc MSc PhD CEng MIET

Dr Sam Atungsiri is a telecommunications...

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Ms Grace Tama

Patron

Grace Tama: MA in International Relations; BA in Business and Management; Registered General Nurse (RGN); NVQ Level 4 (RMA).

Grace is a Goodwill Ambassador. Currently a practitioner in the health and social care sector with over 28 years’ experience working within the British Government Local Authority sector and a number of Voluntary Sector organisations. Through the decades she has accrued extensive expertise in developing community projects, contract management and entrepreneurial leadership. She has always strived for excellence and has been highly commended for her excellent delivery of services; winning Employee of the Year awards in recognition of these achievements.

Outside of work, Grace has always made the time for free volunteering, including undertaking numerous PEAT (PLACE) inspections at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London, and serving as a school governor at Seven Sisters Primary School in London.

As a graduate in international relations one of her passions is to contribute in the fostering of humanitarian development in Cameroon. With this ethos, she has continuously extended her charitable arm to support dynamic establishments that are seeking novel ways of impacting and contributing to the development of social care and health services for Cameroon communities.

Grace has worked with businesses, hospitals, clinics, and other health establishments to develop their health care infrastructure. Grace is a pedestal of hope to disadvantaged and vulnerable people, and is greatly committed to giving them support and tools to help them overcome challenges and maximise their potential