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Cameroon Youth who are committed to the fight against corruption use this platform to exchange knowledge and experiences with other GYACers to enhance our efficiency and make Cameroon a Corruption free country.

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Be part of UNICEF's work on social accountability and children rights

Hello dear Cameroon GYACers and happy New Year to all,
 
We are very interested in learning about young people or GYAC organizations that are doing interesting field work on social accountability and children's/young people's rights (considering youth as people who are 24 or less).
If you think that this is your field of work or you know someone work on this field, pls let us know and we shall connect you to contribute to the work the UNICEF is currently carrying out that thematic.
Thank you all and will be pleased to hearing back from you.

Best

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CAMEROON calls to GYAC-N to Capitalize Bangkok 14th IACC recommendations at the National Level.

Started by GABI WAMBO LAURENT Jan 17, 2011. 0 Replies

 If youths work hard and make proof of their competences, they will soon be real actors of the fight against corruption in their countries.This statement can be justify by the case of Cameroon where…Continue

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Comment by Blondel Silenou Demanou on February 9, 2011 at 8:19pm

hello my dear

I am very happy to join you on this page devoted to the actions of young militants against corruption in Cameroon

I just want to know where you are in discussions

I am especially happy to see you sanni. if you're in Cameroon now pass me your contact I want to see you. here is mine
+237 758718135/body>

Comment by Blondel Silenou Demanou on February 22, 2011 at 8:39pm
Comment by Blondel Silenou Demanou on March 4, 2011 at 10:02pm

new Dynamics against corruption in Cameroon


Through the initiative of the Business Council for Africa, the Cameroonian company have formed a network to clean up the business climate in Cameroon.

 
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 in Yaounde, Cameroon branch of the Business Council for Africa (BCA) launched its private network against corruption in Cameroon, this initiative aims to assist the Government in its fight to eradicate of corruption in Cameroon, in partnership with the National Anti Corruption Commission (Conac).

Over 200 guests were present at the meeting that was punctuated by an exchange of experiences among participants. These include members of government, business leaders, businessmen, members of national and international NGOs and diplomats. The coalition, which initially consisted of twenty private companies (Guinness Cameroon, BAT CEMAC, Aes Sonel, among others) wants to get the most members.

The ceremony last Wednesday was held under the patronage of the Prime Minister. Philemon Yang was represented by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Justice, Amadou Ali, accompanied by the Minister of Finance, Essimi Menye and Siegfried Etame Massoma, the Minister of Higher State Control. Effective action can not be done without the support of government, organizers have combined in their fight, the public authorities to fight against corruption such as the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Conac), but also anti-corruption cells in ministries, tax administration, customs, police and gendarmerie in particular.

Members of the government and bosses have signed a code of conduct and pledged to promote within their companies and administrations.

Comment by Blondel Silenou Demanou on March 4, 2011 at 10:06pm
new Dynamics against corruption in Cameroon

Through the initiative of the Business Council for Africa, the Cameroonian company have formed a network to clean up the business climate in Cameroon.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 in Yaounde, Cameroon branch of the Business Council for Africa (BCA) launched its private network against corruption in Cameroon, this initiative aims to assist the Government in its fight to eradicate of corruption in Cameroon, in partnership with the National Anti Corruption Commission (Conac).

Over 200 guests were present at the meeting that was punctuated by an exchange of experiences among participants. These include members of government, business leaders, businessmen, members of national and international NGOs and diplomats. The coalition, which initially consisted of twenty private companies (Guinness Cameroon, BAT CEMAC, Aes Sonel, among others) wants to get the most members.

The ceremony last Wednesday was held under the patronage of the Prime Minister. Philemon Yang was represented by Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of Justice, Amadou Ali, accompanied by the Minister of Finance, Essimi Menye and Siegfried Etame Massoma, the Minister of Higher State Control. Effective action can not be done without the support of government, organizers have combined in their fight, the public authorities to fight against corruption such as the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Conac), but also anti-corruption cells in ministries, tax administration, customs, police and gendarmerie in particular.

Members of the government and bosses have signed a code of conduct and pledged to promote within their companies and administrations.
Comment by KUNGABA FONGOH LEONEL on March 5, 2011 at 9:29am
Well it is very unfortunate that GYACers from Cameroon are not really active on the forum and activities posted are not been support by other members from Cameroon this is call for all those who will wish to work on my activities carried out in Bamenda. Let me know and please give your program of the month of May and June 2011.Thanks
Comment by GABI WAMBO LAURENT on March 5, 2011 at 12:12pm

Leonel,

good day my dear. nice to know that you are active and will supoorting youths in may. but at least, give us infor;ation on the activities. this forum is meant for it, bring youths together for common actions. you know that our network in Cameroom has human potential and personally, i will be willing to mobilise this potential on you behave.

tell us about the activity in detail.

cheers

Comment by Ian Makia on August 8, 2013 at 10:20am

Corruption causes harm, it kills the human being in us. It breeds an unjust society, which can no longer guarantee equal rights and chances to its citizens. It creates a climate of suspicion and distrust among people, condemning them to live in fear and insecurity.

Comment by Ian Makia on August 8, 2013 at 10:25am

Young farmers can boost local food production with truthful support from Government agriculture policies. Land grabbing Herakles Farms (SGSOC) is not the solution to youth unemployment, hunger and poverty in Cameroon. http://betockvoices.page.tl/

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