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Cameroon: EU-funded FCFA 6.4 billion development programme launched

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Friday, 10 June 2011

Cameroon: EU-funded FCFA 6.4 billion development programme launched

The Minister of Economy, Planning and Regional Development Minister, Louis Paul Motaze and the European Union Head of Delegation, Raul Mateus Paula on Monday May 30 in Mbengwi, Momo Division of the North West Region launched the FCFA 6.4 billion North West Development Programme that aims at strengthening socio-economic infrastructure, providing long lasting support to the economy and improving capacities and incomes. Based on a May 6, 2010 agreement between the two sides, the programme is expected to provide solutions to major problems such as poor access to basic services, low incomes, financing of income-generation micro-projects, construction of rural roads and schools, improvement of potable water schemes and public health facilities, etc. Funded by the European Union and intended to last four years, the programme covers 15 North West communities in the Momo, Donga Mantung and Menchum Divisions and Akwaya Subdivision of the South West Region.

Source: AllAfrica/Cameroun tribune