Special Triennial Plan for Youth: Youth Affairs Minister Assess 2021 fiscal year

A biannual internal evaluation meeting of the activities of the Special Triennial Youth Plan has taken place in Yaoundé under the supervision of the Minister of Youth and Civic Education, Mounouna Foutsou.

The internal semi-annual evaluation meeting for activities of the Special-Youth Triennial Plan and the delivery of rolling stock to the Technical Operational Units for the monitoring of said plan, was examined on June 29, 2021 at Yaoundé City Hall.

Minister Mounouna Foutsou, accompanied by his counterparts presided over the ceremony; Issa Tchiroma Bakary for employment and vocational training, Pauline Irène Nguene for Social Affairs and Pr Marie Thérèse Abena Ondoa for the promotion of women and the family.

The restitution phase of the Special Trennial Plan for Youth was presented by Abdoul-Karim Nassourou, Director of Youth Economic Promotion (DPEJ) at MINJEC. 

The later presents a general framework for the implementation of the plan to MINJEC; assessment of the components of the Special Youth Trennial Plan; the synthesis of funding for young people according to the grids; the presentation of difficulties to be overcome; as well as needs and prospects.

The documentary on the Success Stories of the plan in the region
was presented, a d it was realized that the Special-Youth Triennial plan continued to prove its worth since its launch in 2016 by the Head of State, H.E Paul Biya.

Information revealed that most young people who have been funded in various fields such as agriculture, industry, innovation are grateful for the benefits of this plan which allowed them to become autonomous.

The youths benefitting from this plan from the Head of State, through MINJEC, have helped their peers who are job seekers, empowering them by giving them a job.

Young people from the Central Region expressed gratitude to government for "this gift made. Cameroonian youth ”by the President of the Republic. Results for the last six months are said to be "more than satisfactory".

The Special Triennial Youth Plan which, in 2020 financed around 5,500 projects for a total amount of 15 billion FCFA and allowed the installation of a little more than 16,000 young people in 66 pioneer villages of the second generation", said the Youth Affairs Minister Mounouna Foutsou.

The Minister restored the framework and in his speech, urged all stakeholders to double their efforts to complete the implementation of the 2021 roadmap within the timeframe prescribed by the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute.

The ceremony ended with the solemn handing over of the rolling stock to the operational technical units of MINJEC, in particular brand new vehicles and motorcycles.

By Ndefru Melanie


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