Bone trauma treatment to all; a challenge / Experts focus on better auditing technics / Cameroon invites more foreign investors / Cameroon Europe celebrates friendship days
1. Bone trauma treatment to all; A challenge
African orthopedics have met in Yaounde for their 10th biannual congress. The meeting focused on solutions to the increasing number of trauma cases caused by accidents.
The encounter coincided with the first congress of the Cameroon society of orthopedists and traumatologists.
The stake amongst others was to increase access to treatment for patients with bone trauma.
2. Experts focus on better auditing techniques
African experts from audit institutions have met in Yaounde to seek ways of developing new techniques on environmental auditing.
The association’s meeting was presided over by Cameroon’s Supreme State Control Minister, Henri Eyebe Ayissi.
3. Cameroon invites more foreign investors
Cameroon will soon have a new national strategy for the promotion of investments.
The Minister of Industries, Mines and Technological Development, Emmanuel Mbonde launched a study to this effect.
The study has been intimidated to lure more foreign investments to Cameroon.
4. Cameroon Europe celebrates friendship days
Activities to mark the 9th edition of the Cameroon Europe friendship days are ongoing in Yaoundé.
The events of the celebration are being organized around the theme «management and governance of natural resource areas, a fundamental problem in the central African sub region”.
The launching ceremony was precided over by the Minister Delegate in charge of the commonwealth, Dr Joseph Dion Ngute in the presence of the European Diplomatic Corps and some members of government.