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with the massive influx of displaced persons and refugees into some municipalities in the Far-North Region; and a labour-intensive public works programme.
In 2017, should also be attributable to MINEPAT: The basic infrastructure construction works at the Ebolowa Industrial Complex (ICE) site, 98% com- plete. All 1,000 scheduled tractors have been assembled. Pools of machines were built in 06 Regions (Adamawa, East, Far-North, North, West and South-West).
Regarding the 4th General Population and Housing Census, the mapping work has been completed as well as the pilot census. The enumerator recruitment process is in progress.
With regard to the development of border areas, initiatives have been taken for a few areas and work has started. These are: border markets at Fotokol in the Far-North, Garoua-Boulaï in the East and Ekok in the South; warehousing and packa- ging shops for agricultural products of Foumbot and Mbouda in the West, and Mvangane and Kye-Ossi in the South; border kits of Olamze in the South and Nwa in the North-West; Bank pro- tection works and development of irrigation schemes are normally carried out under the Flood Emergency Project in the Far-North.
Regarding the Three-Year Emergency Plan for the Acceleration of Growth (PLANUT), and precisely the “Creation of Agropoles” component, the construc- tion work on the infrastructures of the agropoles of Meiganga and Banyo in the Adamawa has started.
Growth-enhancing fields like agribusiness have been identified
STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIP AND REGIONAL INTEGRATION
The objective at this level is to improve the contribu- tion of economic partnerships and regional integra- tion to the achievement of Cameroon's develop- ment objectives, having as indicator “the annual disbursement rate of planned investment resources on external financing” whose target is set at 90% in 2018. At 31 December 2017, the implementation rate stood at 81.41%. These results were particu- larly driven by the strengthening of monitoring to lift the conditions for the implementation of new pro- jects; and especially, the effects of the consultations organized to reduce the importance of Committed and Non-Disbursed Balances (SEND).
Of course, resource mobilization activities to finance the Government's investment programme continued. In 2017, more than 1700 billion CFAF was mobilized. The main projects resulting in the mobilization of these funds are: (i) Upgrade of the electricity transmission networks; (ii) Development of the transport sector; Construction of the electrical energy outflow structure of the Memve'ele hydroelectric dam; Construction of 225 KV Nkongsamba-Bafoussam-Yaoundé- Abong-Mbang power transmission lines; (iii) Financing of the Agricultural PNDP; (iv) Financing of the II-11th EDF Technical Cooperation Facility; (v) Water Supply and Sanitation in rural Cameroon; Development of livestock marketing and livestock infrastructure; (vi) Integrated rural development of the Chari-Logone, phase 2.
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