The project brings together representatives of the small business and local government communities in Cameroon for short training courses in project management and ethical business practice. It is intended to help local authorities translate national development policies into value-creation and better growth prospects for ordinary citizens. Training methods incorporate action-based learning, policy awareness dialogue, business management coaching, best practices for benchmarking, simulations and case analysis. Lecturers and facilitators are leading business management, anti-corruption and good governance experts and practitioners from African and European universities and organizations. At the finish of training, participants receive a certificate issued by IGI-FITCAM and the local authority. The program was piloted with the Buea municipality starting in July 2016, training nearly 300 participants, and was over-subscribed with applicants. This project aims to reach 2500 individual participants across 10 municipalities.
Business and Municipal Good Governance Fellowship (Cameroon)
To make local economies stronger, resilient and responsive to resource generation, capital management and employment creation, the Municipal Councils Business Management and Public Service Governance Fellowships [BMF] is proving useful to support local government councils in their effort to translate national development policies into value creation and growth prospects for ordinary citizens locally.
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