Yaounde, Cameroon Africa. (Cameroon News) – Cameroon’s foreign development partners have pledged to donate for the second phase of the Change Habits, Oppose Corruption (CHOC) Project that brings government and the partners together in the efforts to fight against corruption in the country.
During a meeting in Yaounde on February 21, 2012, Germany promised about FCFA 40 million, African Development Bank, FCFA 50 million.
Other partners of the CHOC Project like the United States of America, France, Canada, the Netherlands, Great Britain, United Nations Development Programme, the European Union and the World Bank said they were to make their contributions known to government in the days ahead.
The Minister of Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi who chaired the meeting said the second phase of the CHOC Project that started in January 2012 will cost a total of FCFA 1.235 billion.
FCFA 239 million is expected to financed the first part of the project that spans through January to September 2012.
The first phase of the Change Habits Oppose Corruption Project started in 2007.
Its success according government officials is the creation of the National Anti-corruption Committee (NACC), the National Strategy for the fight against corruption and the active involvement of the civil society organizations in the fight against corruption.Pin It