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About Helen
Helen Ngoh is a journalist based in Yaounde  Cameroon. She's has 12 years experience in broadcast and print reporting.
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The Rise of Road Racing in Africa

01 May 2023  |  worldathletics.org
The article by Helen Ngoh for World Athletics discusses the growth of road races and marathons in Africa, highlighting events such as the Lafarge Lusaka Marathon in Zambia, the Okpekpe International Road Race in Nigeria, and the Course Féminine in Morocco. It features insights from Elias Mpondela, president of Zambia's athletics federation, and Norrie Williamson, a road-running coach and technical consultant. The article emphasizes the increasing popularity of these events, their role in raising funds for charities, and their impact on promoting athletics across the continent. It also touches on the participation of recreational runners like Kafula Mwiche and the influence of elite African runners like Eliud Kipchoge and Bridget Kosgei. The article concludes with the potential for continued growth in African road racing and its significance in the world of athletics.

Cameroon's World Cup Basketball Dream Dashed Amid Controversy

16 Mar 2019  |  Cameroon Radio Television
Cameroon's national basketball team failed to qualify for the 2019 FIBA World Cup in China after a disappointing second phase in the qualifiers. Despite a strong start, Cameroon finished third in their group, missing out on direct qualification. Their fate was then left to the results of other teams, which did not go in their favor. Cameroon's basketball federation accused Cote D'Ivoire and Nigeria of match-fixing after an unexpected result. The absence of NBA stars like Joel Embiid and Pascal Siakam due to contractual obligations was also highlighted as a factor in Cameroon's unsuccessful campaign. The federation's approach to securing player participation and coaching inconsistencies were criticized. FIBA is expected to investigate the match-fixing allegations, but Cameroon is unlikely to participate in the World Cup, with the draw set for March 16.

Why that may not help a 2-year-old with heart disease

13 Aug 2015  |  Helen's Clinic Online
The article discusses the plight of 2-year-old Kimora Leong Zeze, who suffers from Tetralogy of Fallot, a serious heart condition. Kimora's grandmother, Bridget, is struggling to afford the surgery he needs. Dr Girish Warrier, a visiting specialist from the Apollo Group of Hospitals in India, confirms the urgency of Kimora's condition. The Apollo Group is exploring partnerships in Cameroon to train local doctors and provide advanced medical care. Health officials in Buea are optimistic about the potential collaboration, which could improve early detection and treatment of life-threatening conditions. However, the high cost of treatment remains a significant barrier for many Cameroonians, as exemplified by Kimora's situation.

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