MIDENO's 51st BOD Meeting Examines 2020 Challenges and 2021 Realizations

Board of Directors, MIDENO

MIDENO is a pilot Institution in the rural development of the Northwest region and achieving it's role in accelerating Development strides will mean an increase in production and productivity.

The main objective for the 51st BOD meeting was to examine Administrative accounts held at the Board of Director conference room-MIDENO, on June 23rd 2021 in Bamenda.

The BOD meeting handled issues on the Administrative and Management accounts of MIDENO for 2020 and examined progress reports on its investment and realisations for 202, yet the ongoing armed conflict in the Northwest region is preventing MIDENO from meeting the development aspirations of the local population.

Though the meeting held to check and balance management funds , improving on lapses identified was an objective and key on the agenda of the meeting.

NW Governor

The chairman, Northwest Governor Adolohe Lele LAfrique identified that there was a drastic reduction from the 2020 BIP allocation to MIDENO and non allocation of Investment subvention to MIDENO for 2021 fiscal year.

Despite the present Investment allocation predicament, MIDENO successfully organized and launched the 2021 Farming season in Santa subdivision and donated farm inputs to farmers.

 Cletus Anye Matoya

MIDENO's Focus for 2021 as part of its investment plan will be; realization of strategic studies leading to design of development projects, build capacity of staff to enhance performance give access to farmers for quality inputs, put in place rural infratructures, provide good equipment to service farmers in the region and also supervise implementation of projects.

By Ndefru Melanie



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