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100LES ATOUTS ECONOMIQUES DU CAMEROUN• The construction of three turnkey schools: in the Bui Division (ENIET Jikejem), Edéa (ENIEG Edéa) and Yaoundé (English-speaking CETIC in Mewoulou).• The construction of 97 blocks of 2 classrooms, 10 of which made with local materials;• The construction of 15 workshops for practical vocational experience (7 school facilities will be rehabilitated);• 16 schools are to be connected to the water and electricity networks;• Equipping 120 classrooms with desks;• The equipping of 242 practical vocational experience workshops with kits of small teaching materials;• The purchase of computers for 92 schools;• The construction of 3 turnkey schools;• Improvement of working conditions in the cen- tral services (purchase of furniture, computer equipment and rolling stock);• Revision of curricula, teachers educational sup- port, assessment of student-teachers and imple- mentation of the Project for Secondary School Mathematics Teachers carried out with the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS);• The organization of the Ligue A School Games in Buea;• The awarding of Academic Palms to experien- ced teachers.The construction of new schools in the high north• The Open Houses of Technical and Vocational Secondary Education with micro-incubators. These programmes for initiation to entrepreneur- ship will be carried out alternatively in school and enterprise.CONTRIBUTION OF SCHOOLS INSPECTORATE RESPONSIBLE FOR TEACHERS TRAININGThe ambitious vision of development advocated by the highest hierarchy of the Cameroonian State and clearly defined in the Growth and Employment Strategy Paper (GESP) intends to make Cameroon an emerging country by 2035. The vision undoubtedly goes with education, for without education, there is no development. Only education, through its contribution to training, can give a country quality human resources it needs to carry out the struggle for development.For having understood the nature of the issue, the Ministry of Secondary Education, adopted this political orientation of President Paul Biya. For this reason, by adopting as watchword the professio- nalization of teachings, the Minister of Secondary Education instructed the General Inspectorate of Teachings to carry out a complete overhaul of the curricula and training programmes, with a view to supplying Cameroon Young men and women who are able, through their training, to integrate harmoniously into the world of work or to continue their studies in Higher Education.It is in that context that took place, according to the President of the Republic’s will, the transfer of General Normal Education to the Ministry of Secondary Education in December 2011. The

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