Follow The Money is a panafrican led initiative that was founded in 2012 by Connected Development of Nigeria. It seeks to advocate, visualise and track government spending and international aid, and let you know how effective it has been in our rural communities.
The first phase of CTAP in Cameroon was carried out in 2021 and it documented the state of health facilities and evaluated the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic as well as the distribution of vaccines across the national territory to immunise the population.
After taking note of the irregularities during the phase I of CTAP, phase II focused on advocacy with national governance stakeholders to promote best practices in health sector management.
CTAP III launched in 2023 focused on spurring conversations on vaccine equity and the performance of the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) in strengthening immunisation coverage. It also dealt with sensitization of the Cameroonian population in partnership with the ministry of Public Health (MINSANTE) on the importance of vaccination.
The project focuses on building the capacity of journalists, bloggers and influencers on environmental topics related to climate change and its impact on people’s health. It also aimed at advocating for the implementation of public policies that promote resilience and reduce the vulnerability of populations.
This project focuses on Strengthening health security finance accountability, domestic resource mobilisation and vaccines equitable access in Cameroon.
The project aims to obtain detailed data from all the stakeholders involved in the water and sanitation sector in the town of Bertoua and the institutions involved in the project financed by Cameroon, AFD and the EBRD.