UNESCO’s Regional Director for Central Africa and MINPMEESA seek prospects for Cameroonian SMEs.

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H.E Minister Achille BASSILEKIN III received in audience Mr. Salah KHALED, UNESCO’s Regional Director for Central Africa alongside his close collaborators on Wednesday March 16th 2022. Taking place within the confines of the Minister’s audience hall, UNESCO specialists in the likes of the culture program specialist, the education program specialist, the communication and information program specialist, the public engagement program specialist and the exact sciences specialist were all in the company of the UNESCO’s Regional Director for Central Africa.

The meeting between both personalities was centered on exploring ways to strengthen the partnership and collaboration that already exist between UNESCO and MINPMEESA, to see how both organizations can jointly develop MINPMEESA’s roadmap that will give room for the two structures to be able to work together with respect to some joint programs. As such, a roadmap will be set up that will promote work opportunities for young people and women at the community and local level through several feasible platforms.

Talking on behalf of the organization to which he belongs, the regional director of UNESCO for Central Africa recalled that the priority concerns of Cameroonian SMEs hover around the training of young people, the creation of opportunities and alternatives for financial and economic resilience for youths, women and communities in remote areas and the development of economic resilience platforms for the creative and cultural industries. He also recalled that the afore mentioned will go a long way to boost the Cameroonian economy given that Cameroon has enormous potentials and is a very rich country in terms of cultural diversity and talents amongst youths.

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