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PATCHA Foundation, to Host its Global Ambassador and Miss Cameroon USA 2015

The Patcha foundation (The Michael and Mauritia Patcha Foundation) is once more helping the community by providing medical supplies and gifts to cancer patients. They are in this case, working in partnership with Miss Cameroon USA organization to create cancer awareness and to support those already affected by cancer.

Preparations have been made by the Patcha Foundation to host Miss Cameroon USA 2016 in Cameroon (Douala, Yaoundé and Limbe). Following their last medical mission and walk, which registered successes, and the other CASEC activities, the Patcha Foundation is again supporting the community by creating opportunities for cancer patients to be inspired and supported by an inspirational personality.


On the 12th of January 2016, Patcha Foundation Global Ambassador and reigning Miss Cameroon USA 2015/2016, Miss Vinielle Acha-Morfaw will visit Cameroon for some charitable functions. This visit has been scheduled to run for 10 days. During her stay in Cameroon, the beauty queen will make several visits to the local hospitals to encourage cancer patients. She will also be providing gift items and medications to those in need. She will use this opportunity to meet with cancer patients, oncologists, administrators, & government officials to learn more about cancer resources available, the challenges faced by cancer patients, what is being done and what is needed in Cameroon. She will also hold cancer awareness workshops to empower the community about self-awareness, cancer risks and strategies to improve one’s chances in the fight against the disease.


The Queen will also meet the current Miss Cameroon 2015/2016 Miss Jessica Ngoua Nseme to discuss some of the challenges they both face as Misses in 2 different environments. In addition, Miss Acha-Morfaw will visit some primary schools in Limbe, where she will emphasize the importance of education and hand out school materials donated by Ascovime.
A photo session has been booked with Cameroonian Celebrity Photographer Alain Ngann, for which the Miss will be styled by Cameroonian high end fashion designer Anna Ngann of Kyrann (Founder of The K-Walk Fashion show) and Top Make Up Artist Irene Azong Wara of Sparkle, using the Make Up brand Jireh7 cosmetics, created by a Cameroonian beauty consultant, Audrey.
FabAfriq Magazine is happy to work as an official Media Partner to this visit. Other Medias include STV, Canal 2, Equinox, CRTV, The post News Paper, etc

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