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Friday, 20 October 2017

On behalf of Cameroon, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi, Minister of economy, planning and the development and Ambassador Françoise Collet on behalf of the European Union (EU) signed on Tuesday in Yaoundé, the indicative framework that spells out how the 11th European Development Fund (EDF) should run from 2014 to 2020. The 185 billion FCFA of this funding program agreed by Brussels in favour of Yaoundé has increased by 11% compared to the previous year. It is registered in the wake of what has already been the EDF in Cameroon, complements the national and bilateral cooperation, while considering similar actions of the EU in Central Africa.

Despite one year of experience in Brussels, the EU’s new Development Commissioner Neven Mimica is still a rookie and low in the hierarchy of the Juncker Commission, leaving him with much to prove on development policy, according to aid groups interviewed by EurActiv Germany. "We must show that development policy is working,” the EU’s new Development Commissioner Neven Mimica said at his hearing the European Parliament at the end of September.

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