The United Nations Development Program- UNDP, and partners- including the Ministries of Mines, Industry and Technological Development, the EU and the African Guarantee Fund (AGF) have trained some 45 credits and risk managers from Financial Institutions(FI) and Small and Medium Sized Enterprises(SMEs) from across the country on Financial Inclusion for Development Minerals in Cameroon.
The Government of Japan has again renewed its support for internally displaced persons and refugees as well as supporting peace and security in Cameroon, by granting new contributions of over 5 million US dollars to programmes of United Nations agencies in 2018.
Over the years, WFP has been shifting from just providing food assistance to communities in crisis, to helping both host vulnerable populations and people in crisis through participatory resilience building activities, generally identified by the local communities themselves.
Since 1971, about 30.000 United Nations Volunteers have worked in over 160 countries worldwide with key roles in making the world a better place for everybody. They perform a unique, global mandate to promote volunteerism for development, peace and security.
The East Region is one of the most vulnerable of the country, facing an unprecedented humanitarian situation compounded by already high levels of poverty. The actions and programmes of the United Nations, made possible through the support of its partners, aim to support the recovery of this region through humanitarian and development action.
Women farmers in rural areas of Cameroon will receive support from UN Women for direct access to better skills, credit products, market opportunities, information and other services between the year 2018 and 2020.