Government Creates A Consultative Platform To Resolve Grievances Of Striking Francophone Teachers


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Government Creates A Consultative Platform To Resolve Grievances Of Striking Francophone  Teachers

A press release issued yesterday after all parties met at the Prime Minister’s Office
Pursuant to the high instructions of the Head of State and as directed by the Prime Minister, Head of Government, a consultative meeting was held today Wednesday 29 March 2017 in the Prime Minister’s Office. The meeting was chaired by the Secretary-General of the Prime Minister’s Office, Mr. Séraphin Magloire  Fouda and was attended by the Minister for Finance, the Minister for the Public Service and Administrative Reform, the Minister for Secondary Education and representatives of the “Collectif des Enseignants Indignés du Cameroun”.

The purpose of the meeting was to examine the difficulties confronting graduates of Higher Teachers’ Training Schools with regard to the processing of their absorption files at the administrative and financial levels.

After frank and fruitful discussions which helped to explore the current situation, the participants agreed on the following points:

(1). the rapid and integral financial absorption of all teachers concerned as from the month of April 2017;
(2) the setting up of a consultative platform bringing together representatives of Government departments involved in the processing of teachers’ absorption files and those of the “Collectif des Enseignants Indignés du Cameroun” to: (i) accurately determine the number of teachers effectively concerned; (ii) propose lasting solutions to the late processing of files observed; (ii) prepare a plan for the settlement of arrears owed the teachers concerned; and (iv) define ways of rapidly taking charge of allowances and other bonuses.

Taking cognizance of these conclusions, the representatives of the “Collectif des Enseignants Indignés du Cameroun” decided to call off their strike action and to resume their professional activities.”

Done at Yaoundé on 29 March 2017
The following signed:
For the Government                     

Mr. Seraphin Magloire FOUDA                   
Secretary-General of the Prime Minister’s Office                       

Mr. Alamine Ousmane MEY                
Minister for Finance

Mr. Ange Michel ANGOUING
Minister for the Public Service and Administrative Reform                                    
Mr. Jean Ernest MASSENA NGALLE BIBEHE            
Minister for Secondary Education                                                                                    
For the “Collectif des Enseignants Indignés du Cameroun”

Mr. SAMBA SAMBA Patrick; Mr. ESSAME MBIA Cédric; Mrs. MIETCHO epouse Ngoa; Mr. BESSALA NGONO Jacques; Mr. Souleyman OUMAR ADAMA; Mr. ELONG NGANDO Jean François; Mr. GAINBU SUKAM Gilbert; Mr. NGAHA Luc Hiver

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