They participated from June 1-2, 2015 in the 4th European Commission Session on Decentralised Cooperation for Development.
Cameroonian female mayors under the aegis of the REFELA-Cam association made brilliant inputs at the Committee of Regions of the European Union (EU) from 1st to 2nd June, 2015 in Brussels, Belgium. It was during the 4th Session of Decentralised Cooperation for Development.
Speaking to Cameroon Tribune after, the President of REFELA-Cam and Mayor of Bangante, Célestine Ketcha Courtès, said their presence was mostly felt in two of the five parallel thematic roundtables that held on June 1, 2015.
The amount was made public by the SDO, Koulbout Aman David.
The 2015 budget for Meme Division in the South West Region stands at FCFA1.2 billion. This was revealed by the Senior Divisional Officer for Meme, Kuolbout Aman David, during the launch of the 2015 state budget on Wednesday, January 21, 2015, at the Kumba City Council Hall.
According to him, FCFA 705.4 million has been earmarked for investments, while FCFA 555.7 million is for recurrent expenditure.
Douala II budget for fiscal year 2015 has undergone an increase of nearly Fcfa 300 million F from 2014. The budget of the municipality, recently voted, will be mainly devoted to social projects.
This increase is explained by best practices, due, among other things, to the expansion of the tax base and good collection of property tax and transfer of real property rights.
The 2015 budget, after consideration and adoption by the members of the Council is balanced in revenue and expenditure at nearly Fcfa 2 billion F. According to Mayor Denise Fampou, it will be devoted specially to ongoing social projects in this county.
Stakeholders need to prepare contract files on time and award them to competent contractors.
For the first time in recent years in Cameroon’s public contracts history, public contract award conferences and that of projects requiring counterpart funds were launched in December.
The exercise piloted by the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Public Contracts and that of Economy, Planning and Regional Development sought to get all stakeholders on board the innovation to