MINJEC: Youth affairs Minister source for partnership for Youth Training

The Minister of Youth affairs and Civic Education, Mounouna Foutsou is on a working visit to the Federal Republic of Germany at the invitation of his partner German Business Center HIMA. This visit will run from June 20 to June 28, 2022.

He is leading a delegation made up of officials from MINJEC and MINREX, as part of a partnership prospecting mission for the training of young people, but also exchange and sensitization of the daughters and sons of the Cameroonian Diaspora in Germany, on the facilities and support of the government, to encourage them to return to invest in Cameroon.

MINJEC was greeted upon arrival at Stuttgart airport by His Excellency Victor Ndocki, Ambassador of Cameroon to the Federal Republic of Germany, and some leaders of this Diaspora.

The visit which will last for 08 days will deliberate on how to accelerate the process of training of the members of the Multifunctional Centers for the Promotion of Young People (Cmpj) envisaged according to the German standard standards.

Throughout his stay, the Minister will also have an exchange with the Cameroonians of the Diaspora so that they get involved and engage in the national and republican dynamics of the emergence of our country by further supporting the call for projects initiative launched for the participation of young people from the diaspora in the development of our country.

Cameroonians in the diaspora were encourage to return home and invest, integrate in a sustainable way the national economic fabric as launched by the Head of State, Paul BIYA during his message to Youth on February 10, 2022 on the occasion of Youth Day.

The Ambassador, Victor Ndoki, thinks that the link between Cameroon and its diaspora seems very useful and time to warm up this link which somewhere seems a little broken. In addition, it should be noted that the big meeting is for June 25, 2022 next on the side of heilbronn. 

The program seem vast that awaits the Cameroonian delegation in Germany, same program will allow the delegation on mission to visit certain training centers and have meetings with other members of the diaspora and partners with the aim of implementing the German model of the training of young people in the multifunctional centers of youth promotions in Cameroon.

The visit follows the partnership agreement signed on March 03, 2020 between MINJEC and the German Business Center Hima sarl.

By Ndefru Melanie

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