NCPBM Women praise top Management for Man- woman parity in administrative and cultural sectors, and ask for more.
Women of the National Commission for the Promotion of Bilingualism and Multiculturalism took an active part in the 34th International Women’s Day, which was celebrated under the theme “crusade against gender inequalities, committing to the new impetus”.
Members of the NCPBM met in their first semester session of the Commission for the 2019 financial year, at the NCPBM head office in Yaoundé, on the 31st of January, 2019.
The President of the NCPBM cited the Head of State, who on different recent occasions of recent said Bilingualism will be fast tracked, that the consolidation of peace, national Unity and living together should be a major concern, and that the Linguistic and Social diversity of Cameroon is one of its major assets.
Nine members of the NCPBM have been honoured with various national medals for their rich contribution in nation building.
It was a colourful ceremony, animated by the brass band of the National Gendarmerie, which on the occasion executed the National anthem at the start.
Taking the floor, the President of the NCPBM pointed out that the Commission which will soon be two years old is made up of people chosen on the basis of their past long experience at the service of the Nation.
Members of the NCPBM have assessed the road covered so far and laid the groundwork for future action.
The session which took place on the 18th of December 2018, was presided over by the NCPBM President, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE.
In his introductory statement, Mr. MUSONGE mentioned some outstanding actions and activities carried out by the Commission since its last plenary session of July 2018.
Canada has pledged to share its experience on bilingualism with Cameroon, as the country seeks to promote bilingualism and multiculturalism
The audience took place at the NCPBM headquarters in Yaoundé on the 10th of December, 2018.The President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE was assisted by the Vice-President, OUMAROU DJIKA and the Secretary General, Dr. CHI ASAFOR Cornelius.