A 3-day national colloquium on the modernisation of the Cameroonian public service opened on January 13, 2020, in Yaounde.
The Prime Minister Head of government, Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute presided over the event.
For 3 days experts and stakeholders in Cameroon’s public service will brainstorm on strategies which could make the public service more efficient in enhancing government’s action.
During the colloquium participants will discuss topics such as:
– The public service: history, rules and principles; having as moderator the former prime minister, minister of state of parliament and constitutional council Professor Charles Etienne LEKENE Donfack
– Which tools for the modernization of the public service? Moderator Madam Jacqueline Mejang Tabod, Inspector General, Minfopra
– Which human resources for the achievement of sustainable development goals and emergence?: the new Cameroonian state employee.
Moderator: Minister in charge of special duties at the presidency of the Republic, Benoit Ndong Soumet.
– The Public Service: on the path of devolution and decentralization.
Moderator : Secretary General at the ministry of publique service and administrative reforms Anatole Maina.
The prime minister, Head of Government, Dr. Joseph Dion Ngute while opening the 3-days colloquium which ends on January 15, 2020, called on participants to work out practical solutions which will help make the public service a main driver of development in the country.
The event is holding under the theme “Modernisation of the Cameroonian Public Service: Situation, Challenges and the Way Forward.”
Natacha Lehman Losha