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ILD 2023:MINFOPRA recognizes and honours it’s best workers


In the menu for this year's celebration of the International Labour Day, the  best workers  of MINFOPRA for the year 2022 have been publicly honoured and recompensed before the  officials and staff of the Ministry of the Public Service and Administrative reform. They are 38 in number, men and women from all departments of the central services as well as the deconcentrated services of MINFOPRA.

Every year, the international labour day is celebrated to recognize the contributions  of workers to the development of societies world wide.  For this 137th edition themed “ resilience and decent work: working together in the world of work to improve living conditions and social inclusion" several activities were registered  on the menu of the Ministry of the Public service and Administrative reform.

Amongst others, to crown the match past which took place at the 20th May boulevard  this Monday  May 01, 2023, in the presence of the Minister of Labour and Social security, Gregoire OWONA and other members of government, MINFOPRA recognized and honoured its newly elected best staffs as well as the overall best staff, Mr PENDA NYAME Blaise, sub director in charge of established personnel in service at the department of  career management

The exercise for the election of the best workers of MINFOPRA was launched by Minister Joseph LE in 2022, with aim to  vote and honour the best workers of every department. Following specific criteria such as discipline, punctuality, work ardour, cleanliness etc, staff of different departments were encouraged to vote their best workers from the two categories( staff) and (agents). After the first level of votes by universal suffrage at departmental levels, those elected were then carefully  screened according to the pre-selected criteria and voted by top officials and directors of MINFOPRA. A last and definite level was the screening and final vote of the Minister who also had the discretion to choose the best worker overall.

Given that every worker also deserves motivation from hierarchy, certificates of recognition, cash prices of 50,000 – 500,000frs   as well as other Administrative benefits were given to compensate the best workers of all structures of  the central and deconcentrated services.

Speaking at the ceremony to celebrate this day,  the delegate of the personnel, Mme BO’O ZAGNA Marie Chantal expressed the request of MINFOPRA workers to the head of department and encouraged staff to respect rules of ethics and deontology of the Public Service and remain professional in the discharge of their duties.

In his speech, Minister Joseph LE congratulated the recipients and frowned at workers who have remained adamant in promoting bad practices, especially those who mishandle user’s career documents. He called upon all directors to be more vigilant and hit hard on bad workers. He warned that very drastic sanctions would henceforth be served to   staff who retard the treatment of files for more than 30 days or actively  participate in bribery and corruption and sale of public services to users.

Amongst others, he promised that following the speech of the delegate of personnel, the following have been considered in this year’s budget for the wellbeing of workers; the security of workers in central and deconcentrated services, provision of water and electricity in all offices, examination for the increment of incentives to augment motivation to workers, Rehabilitation and refurbishment of some work spaces etc. The ceremony ended in animations and reception.

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Great Football return match: the MINFOPRA's ladies vs the MINEPIA's ladies

The second friendly meeting of women's football between the Greats Ladies of the Ministry of Public Service and Administrative Reform and the ladies of the Ministry of Livestock, Fisheries and Animal Industries ended in victory 2 against 1 for MINFOPRA on MINEPIA.

As part of the constitutive  activities marking the 137th  edition of the International  Labour day celebration at the Ministry of the Public Service and Administrative Reform, a successful return leg football match took place this 27th April 2023 at the Yaoundé  military stadium.
At the beginning of the first half of the 60 minutes match, the first goal came in from a great lady of MINFOPRA. Pushed by their counterparts, MINEPIA's ladies tried to equalize towards the end of the first half in a penalty shoot out  but they were unfortunately unsuccessful in this attempt. Not giving up but pressing to get an equalizer, the moment finally came during the second half of the match and the amazons of  MINEPIA scored a first goal. The victory was however short lived because, the great ladies of MINFOPRA seized control of the ball again and sent in another goal in the MINEPIA net.
This determinant goal, eventually gave them the upper hand over  the match and they emerged victorious with a total of 2 goals to 1.
It is worth noting that for the occasion of this 137th edition of the International Labour Day organized under the theme “resilience and decent work: working together in the world of work for the improvement of living conditions and social inclusion”, the Minister of the Public Service, and Administrative reform, Joseph LE and the Minister  of livestock, fisheries and animal industries, Dr TAIGA gave the kick off to start the game as a sign of collaboration and synergy between the two ministries.
Also this return leg game was organized following a previous match between the two teams last march 2023 during the weeklong activities marking the celebration of the International Women’s Day.
It will seem that after losing the  last match, the great ladies of MINFOPRA went home and learnt new tactics to up their game and this was evident as they  beat the amazons of MINEPIA in this return leg and went home with the cup and other gifts.


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ILD 2023 At MINFOPRA: Activities continue with an Educational Talk

In prelude to the upcoming 137th edition of the international Labour Day, the Ministry of the public service and administrative reform, organized an educational talk today, to raise awareness on issues of resilience, decent work and stress in the workplace

"Moving from fragility to resilience through decent work", "stress in the workplace, the mental and psychological well-being of the worker”, were the two exposés which were presented today 28th April 2023 during an educational talk organized as part of the week-long activities marking  the International Labour Day, under the theme «safety and health at work is essential for social justice »

As early as 10:16am, the talk was launched, under the chairmanship of the Secretary General of MINFOPRA. The Regional Inspector of work number 3 for the Centre, FOUGNIGNI LIETMBOUO Emmanuel who was the first to present, exposed on how to deal with the situation of fragility, as well as how to face the daily shocks at work and the rights of workers. *« A worker is not to be harassed or discriminated against because of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, sexual orientation, or gender identity), national origin, disability, age (40 or older) or genetic information including family medical history and receive equal pay for equal work»* he explained.

He equally laid emphasis on the role of social dialogue in the workplace to improve working conditions. Social dialogue is done through the staff representative who plays the role of transition between employers and employees, the advancement committee and the disciplinary board.

The Manager in security and health at work  MEDJENG ELOUNG Estelle focused her presentation on stress in the workplace. At the start of her talk, she gave the definition of the psychological well-being at work. « Psychological well-being at work can be defined as a positive subjective experience where one tends to express the best of oneself and which is built through oneself, through one's social relations at work and in interactions with one's organization » she said.

Mme Estelle ELOUNG, went further to give the causes of stress, the stressors and the types of stress.

 As is the tradition during conferences, the aforementioned presentations gave rise to a question and answer session during which participants posed different questions to  clarify their notion of the things presented by the experts. The talk eventually came to an end with the closing remarks of the Secretary general of MINFOPRA, Mr Maina ANATOLE encouraging all workers of MINFOPRA to more probity in their work and assuring them of the head of department, Minister Joseph LE's support to their well being at the workplace.


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Publics Administrations: Harmonization and overall performance sought after

The General Strategy of Organization of Public  Administrations (GSOA),  first drafted in 1992 has been revised and  needs to be incorporated in the structural processes of different Public administrations.

In a high level workshop that was chaired by the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform, Joseph LE, yesterday 18th April 2023, at the hotel Relaxe palace, Nkometou,  Secretary generals, Directors and top officials of over 40 administrations and 12 public institutions and decentralized territorial communities, discussed on the  operationalization  of the General strategy for the organization of administrations.
In his opening address for the occasion, Minister Joseph LE emphasized the importance of the workshop which had as objective to permit the ownership  and validation of the principal orientations of the general strategy for the organization of Administrations.
Worthy of note is the fact that, the  new general strategy for organization of public administrations which  is a framing instrument for the structural organization of public administrations aims to contribute to the modernization of public services and serves as a prerequisite for the reform of public finances.
Given the necessity to increase citizen  satisfaction based on the provision of quality public services, the present GSOA was elaborated on the basis of a participative approach following extensive scientific and Administrative studies that took into consideration, numerous exchanges and interviews with public service users.
From the theme "High level workshop on ownership and validation of the general strategy for the organization of administrations", the seminar constituted a singular occasion to ameliorate the GSOA such that it becomes more flexible in line with the expectations of the head of State H.E president Paul BIYA.


Daizy Diane MAFOR


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