Thursday, July 12, 2018

photos: Ségolène Royal in Bangangté, Western Region

Cin| Ségolène Royal arrived in Cameroon since Wednesday, July 11, 2018 for high level meetings in the context of activities related to renewable energies.

After meeting last night in the Cameroonian capital some members of the association of women mayors of Cameroon, the former French Minister of the Environment, Energy and Sea meets this Thursday, July 12, 2018 at the Bangangte City Council, the mayors of the communes of Fokoue, Afanloum, Angossas, Bengwi, Mintom, Mayo Oulo, Bangangté.

This meeting will be held in the presence of the Cameroonian Minister of decentralization and local development, is an opportunity for participants to exchange in the framework of a Steering Committee of the project Sustainable Energy in cities run by women in Cameroon.

"For the record, it is on the sidelines of Cop21 and 22 that these Amazons of Decentralization in Cameroon have raised nearly one million one hundred thousand euros to carry out these projects that address the SDGs and the Paris Agreement signed by SEM. President of the Republic, Head of State. The objective of this meeting in the presence of project partners (AIMF and Mrs. Ségolène Royal) aims to assess the progress made since the launch in Bangangté on July 12, 2017 and in full implementation in the pilot towns. It will also be a question of agreeing on the main axes of the implementation of the project, launching the other 5 Communes (Afanloum, Angossas, Bengwi, Mintom and Mayo Oulo). This will be the opportunity to validate the 13 beneficiary communes of the same project and discover the good ones of those admitted to the new project with the Foundation of Madame Ségolène's Planet Planet. This Committee is also responsible for preparing Copil International. As mentioned in the financing agreement of the "Women and Sustainable Energy" Project, which links the Network of Local Elected Women of Africa of Cameroon to its international partners, the National Steering Committee (COPIL) aims to bring together all the women mayors who are beneficiaries of the program, the local actors, the design offices and the sectoral sectors extended to the municipal councilors, and the general secretaries of the town hall in a framework which allows the consultation, the presentation of the project, the evaluation of the level of progress and to raise any ambiguities noted in the implementation. This meeting gives a go-ahead for the implementation of the project as a whole, "explains the communication unit of the Network of Local Elected Women of Africa of Cameroon.