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By Shey Tatah D.L Sevidzem
|Mme Andela, Mr Mbarga, Mendouma M & Ngounou Charlie|
|Mme Andela & Shey Tatah|
She also expressed what she understood by the role of AEP and that they are in search for trustworthy partners as a pilot country sponsored by the EU, that has already achieved some objectives.
|Dr Didier Djoumessi & Nkene Alain|
Friday and last day of the Mission became a more hectic day than envisaged. The team started their long day at the German Cooperation:
Center For International Migration and Development (CIM)
He stated that 4 programs are in place which already work well in Cameroon:1 . Voluntary return of experts - with skills transfer, networking closely with the FNE . Give support for 24 months with a qualitative gesture; They have 17 countries worldwide with employment placement.2 . Entrepreneurship: identification of promoters of entrepreneurship, business plan , publicize those who have already succeeded.3 . Associative development projects . Cofinancing and technical support . € 40,000 ceiling and 50%. The remaining 50% are raised by the applicant where 40% can be made in recovery and 10% in cash.4 . Advising institutions whose DCE is related to their migration policies. But there is still demand in this area.
|Dr Didier Djoumessi|
After this presentation, Dr. Djoumessi offered the Team with publications on good practices of the Cameroonian diaspora.
Leaving the German GIZ, the Team proceeded to the Ministry of Employment and Vocational Training. First stop was at
Who convoked members of his Cabinet at his office for transparency and more broader views.
|Mr Ngathe Kom Philippe|
The two parties lter converged at the Minister's office to hold talks with His Excellency; Mr Perevet Zacharie. Ministre de l’Emploi et de la Formation Professionnelle.
|H:E Perevet Zacharie|
• Presentation of the draft platform and purpose of the mission;
• Presentation of guidelines and priorities of the government in terms of employment and circular migration:
Support of formal employment vocational training, optics, being competency-based approach;
- The capacity of the whole chain in a synergy of action and as needed.
• Circular migration as a priority for the department since 2009.
• ROAME Project (Operational Directory African Trades and Jobs) International GIP but could not get financing after 2011.
• Identification and implementation of a business directory for investment.
• Find funding to empower this project.
The last but one stop was at Fonds National de l'Emploi (FNE) for the Recommendations, unfortunately other partners could not make it but the FNE director was there to moderate the debate.
Mr Billong Benjamin, Ministre Plénipotentiaire, Chef de division des Camerounais à l’étranger, at The Ministry of external relations (MINREX) for the Summary and Outlook.
Shey Tatah Sevidzem (Wo Scandy)