Paris, France – 22 April 2024 – Our Correspondent since 2012, Cameroun Assistance Sanitaire (CAS), has strengthened its commitment to the International Assistance Group by successfully obtaining Core Partner status.


In addition to its base in Cameroon, CAS alarm centres are situated in Libreville (Gabon) and Conakry (Guinea), broadening that commitment in West Africa. These platforms and their regional knowledge may go some way in assisting in the Central African Republic, Chad and Republic of Congo, where the setting can be dangerous, volatile or restrictive.


As a complete medical assistance provider, CAS’s clients include notable companies in oil & gas, mining, construction and other commercial activities directly. Furthermore, well-known names in the insurance and assistance industries serving travellers and expatriates.


Due to recent success in securing some government contracts with outbound travellers, Cameroun Assistance Sanitaire has invested in Core Partner status to access our extensive global network.


After over ten years with the International Assistance Group we are delighted they have stepped up from correspondent status to become an accredited Core Partner”, commented the IAG General Manager, Louise Heywood.


CAS’s commitment to providing medical care in under-resourced environments includes investment in a dedicated clinic at the seaport and beach resort of Kribi in Cameroon, on-site services for expatriates and medical and paramedical personnel training. Additionally, they operate 11 dedicated ground ambulances to provide an immediate response and guide to the best available care within the limited options available.

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