Although it is a unified State, Cameroon has so far retained two educational sub-systems, The English and French sub-systems, inherited from colonization, without any real major structural changes having been made in the content.
Despite the paradigm shift, the school continues to produce citizens who are not really development actors, both through their knowledge, their know-how and their interpersonal skills, and generates extroverted people and economy. This educational environment is almost inappropriate because of the current context marked by globalization, the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), in particular No 4, Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), the perspective of education in 2030, the end of colonial agreement with France and the need to achieve emergence by 2035.
The aforementioned background requires profound and irreversible changes on the part of all actors in the development chain.
In the absolute necessity of realizing Cameroon’s vision, namely, emergence by 2035, the role of actors such as teachers is becoming more and more indispensable.
To indicate your interest to participate, kindly send a one-page summary to the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also send it to the Regional Delegate of Secondary Education, Littoral, Douala, or the Technical Adviser No.1 of MINESEC, Yaoundé.
Deadline: 5th February 2021