To empower youth and women working for their community development, the United Nations Development Program has undertaken a visit mission to the North West and South West Regions.
For more than five years now, the North West Region and the South West Region of Cameroon have been rocked by a socio-political crisis. This situation has slowed down the development of the two regions. But a number of young people have started to work on solving the problems in their communities.
To encourage such initiatives, the United Nations Development Program and its partners launched the Build Back Better program. They have just visited the regions where the met projects leaders, bringing-out ideas and facilities to help empower those involved.
Let’s recall that a few months ago, the institution encouraged Japan to invest in these regions. An investment of 1.3 billion CFA to support the reconstruction of the North West and South West regions of Cameroon, devastated by the anglophone crisis. The financing agreement was signed in Yaounde on March 100 between the Japanese Ambassador to Cameroon and the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Mr. Aliou Mamadou.