Dr. Manaouda Malachie has said the international community must consciously make efforts to preserve peace, in his new book, titled “Solidarité Internationale et devoir de paix”.
The book was launched on October 16, 2020 in the Yaounde, in a ceremony massively attended by government Ministers and other important personalities. Crtv’s Director General, Charles Ndongo was also present.
“Solidarité Internationale et devoir de paix” , is a call for the consolidation of global peace at a time when violence and other forms of insecurity have become a major threat to global peace.
The book appeals to the consciences of those who have made the social media a tool for disrupting peace and stability.
The author underscores peace, the book’s central theme, as a pre-requisite for communal life and any form of development .
Dr. Manaouda Malachie goes ahead to question security reforms and the role of international organs in charge of collective security.
He says “everyone can bring in their contributions to the fight for peace. Youths should also feel concerned and be involved in building international peace”.
Constituents of the new book
“Solidarité Internationale et devoir de paix” is a-400-page book stratified into three parts, each comprising 2 chapters .
1. The principle of preserving and maintaining peace by international relations actors
2. The exigencies of the protection of peace in the name of national solidarity
3. Towards an edification of international solidarity : the case of peace and development in Africa
Published by “Editions Tropiques0, the hard cover copy costs 20,000 and soft cover sells for 10,000frs.
Who is Dr. Manaouda Malachie?
Dr. Manaouda Malachie was born in Mokolo, Mayo Tsanaga Division of the Far North Region in 1973.
He obtained a first degree from the University of Ngaoundere before proceeding to the National School of Civil Administrators, ENAM where he graduated as the best overall student in the year 2000.
Dr. Manaouda Malachie began working at the Prime Minister’s office where he spent 3 years. He later on served as Secretary General of the Ministry of Arts and Culture, Water and Energy, and the Ministry of Trade. In January 2019, the Civil Administrator became Cameroon’s Public Health Minister.
The Civil Administrator holds a PhD in Political science and International Relations. He is married and a father of 4 kids.
Kathy Neba Sina