The medical team of the Central Hospital for Research and Application in Endoscopic Surgery and Human Reproduction Chracerh in Yaounde is fulfilled this April 5, 2022.
It is through the birth of the 300th baby of this centre since its inauguration on May 6, 2016 by its godmother, the First Lady Chantal Biya.
For Professor Jean Marie Kassia, Director General of Chracerh, this is the end of the first stage of the process that was initiated by the presidential couple. “We had a two-stage objective. Firstly, to reach the 300 babies in six years. And we plan to reach 500 babies in 2025,” he said.
Even if the road has been difficult, the Chracerh intends to redouble its efforts to further satisfy women with their infertility problems.
“We have launched the second activity of endoscopic surgery, which is performed through small holes without opening the belly and which gives very good results with very few complications at a lower cost. The third perspective is gynaecological oncology, which is not a very easy exercise but we do the best we can,” says Professor Jean Marie Kassia.
As an international reference centre, the Chracerh remains today for Cameroon, Central Africa and Western countries a temple of happiness for in vitro fertilisation.