To cement China-Cameroon friendship and bring the two peoples closer, from October 29 to 31, the project group of BUCG responsible for the China-aided new National Assembly building donated over 10 kinds of drugs to Bangou and Bamendjou, two villages in the country's west. It also asked the 22nd medical team sent to Cameroon, whose members are from Shanxi Province, to deliver free clinical consultation services to local people. Théodore Datouo, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, and chief of the Bangou attended the donation ceremony.
Deputy Speaker Théodore Datouo extended his gratitude to the Chinese friends coming from afar to offer free clinical consultation services and donate drugs, and the builders of BUCG who gave tangible help to improve the Cameroonian people's lives while being hard at work. He called for concerted efforts to enable the Cameroon-China friendship to take deeper roots in the peoples' hearts.
In addition to ensuring efficient and quality construction of the National Assembly building, BUCG also actively fulfills its social responsibilities, which has enhanced its brand image and reputation globally and contributed to China-Cameroon friendship. During this joint free medical program, around 1,500 patients from the two villages were treated by experts from more than ten departments including ophthalmologists, sonographers, surgeons and TCM practitioners and drugs for common diseases like rheumatism, typhoid fever and malnutrition were donated.