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Volunteer with us.
The Cameroon Bioethics Initiative is seeking for individuals who are interested in contributing to the advancement of bioethics in Cameroon and Africa in general through a variety of volunteer opportunities. The following is a list of initiatives that CAMBIN will like volunteers to work on:
- Compilation and dissemination of Bioethics events and training opportunities
- Conducting research on various issues in bioethics
- Education and support for policy-makers on the ethical implications of health research
- Developing grant applications to support operations and special projects
- Assist in the organization of training workshops
- Facilitate networking among those interested in bioethics
- Facilitate and promote public dialogue and deliberation on important bioethics issues
- Update and enhance the CAMBIN website
If you would be willing to volunteer with us any of the above initiatives or any bioethics related issue, please contact the CAMBIN secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com to express your interest and be considered for a position!
- Paige Fitzsimmons
Ms. Paige Fitzsimmons was born in White Rock, British Columbia, on the west coast of Canada. She attended the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada, and received her Bachelor of Science in Biology in 2012. She works for the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans in the Molecular Genetics Department at the Pacific Biological Station located on Vancouver Island. She has a cat named Walter and in her free time she likes to be outside hiking, camping and surfing. Paige hopes to attend grad school and pursue a career in Bioethics and is looking forward to working with and learning from the people at CAMBIN.
- Ms Nanga Mercy Chi is currently studying for a Master’s degree in Medical In her free time, she assist CAMBIN in the organization of training workshops and also assist in the CAMBIN secretariat.
- Achafac Annette Atemkeng holds a BTech in Nursing and currently serves as an intern with the CAMBIN. She has written two academic term papers on the “Use of Alternative Medicine in Pregnancy” and on “Investigating the Knowledge and Practice of Healthcare Providers on the Management of Diabetic Ketoacidosis”
- Ms Takwa Elizabeth has a B.Sc in Anthropology and a diploma in project planning and management.