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                 SOCIAL PROTECTION
In 2016, the care of 835 socially vulnerable peo- ple in terms of health and nutrition was ensured. The construction work of two buildings of the Cardinal Paul Emile Leger National Centre for the Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons of Yaoundé conti- nued and the technical equipment was modernized.
To improve the living conditions of vulnerable and chronically poor households, the govern- ment, through the “Social Nets” project, has allo- cated 4.8 billion to beneficiaries in the Far-North and North-West regions. Resources were distribu- ted to 20,500 poor households in 18 municipa- lities under regular cash transfers; 6,000 house- holds for emergency transfers; 8,000 households for public works with a high labour intensity.
In the first half of 2017, a gratuity of 3.8 billion was released for 19,500 poor households in 17
municipalities under ordinary cash transfers and 7,000 in 4 municipalities for public works with a high labour intensity.
PROTECTION OF THE VULNERABLE CHILD
In 2016, fighting against the phenomenon of street children enabled to identify 304 children in Yaoundé and Douala, of whom 74 were placed in families and 4 in foster homes. The pro- gramme to support the integration and reintegra- tion of vulnerable people has made it possible to include 186 street children in professional life.
Regarding the socio-economic inclusion of vulne- rable indigenous people, the following actions were carried out: capacity building of 480 tea- chers in the techniques of learning and welco- ming Pygmies children, schooling of 5,250 chil- dren in the primary, 350 in secondary and 15 in vocational schools; training of 6 leaders in basic
Transferts Municipalities
TMO + TMU 36
THMO 8
Total -
Households to be targeted
52.000
30.000
82.000
Transferts expe- cted 2015-2019
16.560.000.000
2.340.000.000
18.900.000.000
beneficiary Villages
1.254
226
1.480
beneficiary Amounts released households by end june 2017
46.000 4.801.810.000
15.000 1.164.264.400
61.000 5.966.074.400
Amount of transfers payed to households from November 2015 to June 2017
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TMO: ordinary money transfers with accompanying measures – TMU: emergency money transfers for poor households hosting displaced, returned persons refugees – THMO: labour-intensive public works
health care and 391 traditional birth attendants to improve delivery techniques; immunizing 3,000 children and providing essential medi- cines for 110 health centres, which receive
vulnerable indigenous populations; the establish- ment for the benefit of the pygmy peoples of 83 marriage certificates, 2,800 birth certificates and 1,500 national identity cards.
The premises of the National Social Insurance Fund (NSIF) in Douala
































































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