Prof Pierre Ongolo-Zogo
Prof Ongolo is the Co-lead of Cochrane Cameroon. Since 2008, He have been the director of the Centre for the Development of Best Practices in Health, which hosted the Francophone of Cochrane, an now Cochrane Cameroon.
Prof Lawrence Mbuagbaw
Dr Lawrence Mbuagbaw is the co-lead of Cochrane Cameroon, co-lead of the Francophone Hub of Cochrane Africa and a member of Cochrane Canada. He is an editor with the Cochrane Infectious Diseases Group. Since 2008, he has completed six Cochrane Reviews and is currently working on three. He was the 2014 recipient of the Aubrey Sheiham Evidence-based Healthcare in Africa Leadership Award.
Dr Guy Sadeu Wafeu
Dr Guy Sadeu Wafeu is a Medical doctor, research assistant at the Centre for the Development of Best Practices in Health and coordinator of Cochrane Cameroon activities. He has completed the Cochrane interactive learning session on conducting a complete systematic review. He has been involved in several rapid assessments and training of health care personnel in evidence-based medicine
Dr Nkengafac Villyen Motaze
Dr Nkengafac Villyen Motaze has been a Cochrane review author since 2012 and is also a member of the Cochrane Africa Network. Villyen is an author and reviewer with several Cochrane Review groups and has facilitated several training courses on Cochrane review methodology.
Chirstine Danielle Evina
Librarian and Research Assistant
Christine Danielle Evina, Librarian and research assistant for the Center for the Development of Best practices since 2010. She has been involved in the production and dissemination of Cochrane reviews' Evidences Assessments and evidences summaries for the celebration of international health days. Also in the literature search for the production of Cochrane systematic reviews. She is involved in building capacities of the NGOs, medias, health decision makers, medical staff concerning evidences based medicine and the methodology of literature search through specialised databases.