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PPRD Coordinator, NW Regional Assembly discusses 2023 Projects, meets implementing partners

The National Coordinator of the Presidential Plan for the Reconstruction and Development, PPRD, of the North West and South West regions, Motuba Tamajong Obase,  and his team have discussed the 2023 projects of the North West region with some key stakeholders including the North West Regional Assembly.

This was during a working visit on January 17th and 18th in Bamenda. Accompanied by other members of the PPRD including the Vice Coordinator, Njong Donatus, the delegation met with local stakeholders like the North West Regional Assembly and the North West Development Authority, MIDENO.

In the presence of the regional supervisor of the implementing partner, the United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, and the PPRD regional coordinator, the stakeholders discussed key projects submitted by local councils for 2023.

According to the president of the North West Regional Assembly, Prof Fru Angwafo, the team worked on prepared documents on key projects from all the councils in the region.

He added that they also compared projects of the councils with that of the Regional Assembly to avoid duplications, as they look forward to implementation in the months ahead

"It was an opportunity for us to compare the list of projects that these councils are doing with that of the Regional Assembly to avoid duplications and to make sure that we cover the entire region," Prof Angwafo said.

Most of the key projects highlighted during the meeting focused on education, water, solar energy, support to the youths in startups, and training

It was also revealed that the three pillars to work on by the joint planning team include, social cohesion, rehabilitation infrastructures and revitalizing the local economy, and improving livelihood

While on his part, the National Coordinator of the Presidential Plan for the Reconstruction and Development, Motuba Tamajong said the ongoing reconstruction process in the two Anglophone regions is amongst the government's priority projects for 2023.

"This plan is aimed at reconstruction and to improve upon the living standards of the population, so that they can be at the level they were before the crisis. Reconstruction of the North West and South West regions are amongst government's top priority projects," Motuba Tamajong said.

At the end of the meeting, the joint team reviewed and submitted key projects to be made public for presentation and implementation by the local stakeholders this 2023.

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