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                                                             Ministers Joseph LE and Malachie MANAOUADA visit the anti Covid-19 vaccination pools in yaoundé
 
With main objective to sensitize and encourage the personnel on ground and bring clarifications where necessary, the two Ministers, Joseph LE of the Public Service and Administrative Reform and Malachie  MANAOUADA of public  Health undertook a supervision visit  in all 8 pools today 22nd November 2021.
 
 This is the first time Cameroon is receiving the anti Covid-19 vaccines and the anti campaign against the vaccines which had been circulating before the launch of the pro- vaccination campaign last 10th November needed to be debunked by answering some pertinent questions of the targets of the operation, who constitute states workers and pensioners.

In a synergy therefore of efforts, the ministers were welcomed at different Administrations( MINESUP, MINJUSTICE, CONSUPE, MINEPAT, MINTOUL, MINTP, MINHDU, MINFI, MINSANTE, MINEE, MINPMESA, MINCOM etc.) by the representative  members of government who also signaled the importance of the campaign to their collaborators.   
 
Beginning from pool 1 at the Ministry of higher Education, (MINESUP), the enthusiasm was high as some state agents could be seen consulting the health personnel on the field to get vaccinated. At the Supreme State Audit, the Minister delegate at the presidency in charge of Supreme State Audit, Mrs MBAH ACHA Rose emphasized the fact that the vaccines don't kill but help to reinforce the workforce for a good work rendition. At the Ministry of Public Health, Minister Malachie MANAOUDA  insisted on the stringent measures and dispositions taken within his ministerial department to encourage the personnel to get vaccinated.  
Everything being equal, the campaign is on and despite some challenges, state workers were reassured of the non- harmfulness of the vaccines which have been sufficiently made available for their wellbeing at the different pools spread across different Admnistrations.

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COVID-19: Vaccination Campaign against COVID-19 for the personnel of MINFOPRA

In the presence of the Minister of Public Health Mr. MANAOUDA MALACHIE, the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform Mr. Joseph LE, launched a vaccination campaign last Friday, for the staff of the Central Services of MINFOPRA as well as those of the Regional Delegation of the Centre. The first day registered great success, as a massive number of personnel, over 143, adhered to the Members of government's words of encouragement by accepting to take the Johnson &Johnson and Sinopharm vaccines. “It is good for us to respect all the barrier measures, but above all, get vaccinated. This is why we are launching this campaign today at the MINFOPRA” explained The Minister M. Joseph LE.

According to the Minister of Public Health, Minister MANAOUDA Malachie, there are 5000 Johnson and Johnson vaccines available in Cameroon. The vaccination campaign will end next Friday, September 24th, 2021.

Note should be taken that, the two Members of government, got vaccinated few months ago and now decided to do same for all the personnel of MINFOPRA. Minister Joseph LE  also foresees to extend the campaign in all the regional delegations of MINFOPRA. “I want to say thank you to our collaborators who took part of the exercise. This campaign will not stop here at the Central Services, but will extend to all the 10 regions of Cameroon”.

 

 

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MINFOPRA in collaboration with MINSANTE, organize a Press brief in prelude to the launching of a vaccination campaign for State workers and Pensioners.

In prelude to the campaign which would run from the 10th of November to the 10th of December 2021, the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform, Joseph LE and the Minister of Public Health Dr. MANAOUDA Malachie, spoke to their target audience today 09th November 2021, through a press brief which took place at the new MINFOPRA conference hall.

The Press brief for the campaign which is in application of the high instructions of the Head of States, President Paul BIYA and the Prime Minister Head of Government, Chief Dr. Joseph DION NGUTE, was the occasion to edify the general public and state agents in particular on the benefits of getting vaccinated.

According to the members of government, vaccination is the only way to ensure safety and get protected from the virus. It is also the surest way to stop the spread and create a healthy working environment for all state agents,  pensioners and their family members.

From the theme: “Together for Vaccination for Collective Immunity and for a Public Service without risk and without Covid-19”,   it is clear that the objective is to get at least 50% of state agents and pensioners vaccinated.

According to Dr. MANAOUDA Malachie,  Minister of Public  health, no case of death has been registered so far with respect to taking the vaccine, after having administered over 600.000 doses in Cameroon.

 However, all those taking vaccines are invited to inform health authorities in case of any nefarious side effects 28 days after taking the vaccine. 

At present there are so many different doses of vaccines in Cameroon: AstraZeneca, Johnson&Johnson administered in one  dose, Sinopharm and in a matter of weeks we'd have the Pfizzer vaccine.

 Statistics reveal that, 7.12 billion doses have already been administered in the world over and an estimated number of 47.8 million persons take vaccines everyday against Covid-19.

Cameroon has recorded only 1.1% of completely vaccinated persons and over 3.9% of the population have received the 1st dose.

 It is expected that by January 2022, Cameroon should have attained 20% vaccinated people and 60% by December 2022,( i.e an estimated number of 15 million Cameroonians to be vaccinated).

 

 

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ENAM SPECIAL: Lancement des activités du recrutement Spécial Common Law Enam.

 

Le comité interministériel chargé du recrutement spécial de 50 Auditeurs de Justice et 30 Élèves-Greffiers d’expression anglaise à l’Ecole Nationale d’Administration et de Magistrature pour les Cours d’Appel du Nord-Ouest et Sud-Ouest s’est réuni ce mardi 6 juillet 2021. L’objectif de cette rencontre était de dresser le bilan des activités pour la période 2017-2021 et le chronogramme pour la session 2021.

Lors des 4 premières sessions, 6900 dossiers au total ont été enregistrés. Pour cette 5e phase du recrutement, 1055 candidats ont été sélectionnés. Ces derniers seront répartis dans les quatre centres d’examen qui abriteront ces épreuves les 10 et 11 juillet prochains, dans les villes de Garoua, Buéa, Bamenda et Yaoundé.

Plusieurs administrations techniques ont été représentées à cette rencontre parmi lesquelles la Présidence de la République, les Services du Premier Ministre, le Ministère de la Justice, le Ministère des Enseignements Supérieures, le Ministère des Finances et l’Ecole Nationale d’Administration et de Magistrature.

Rappelons que ce recrutement spécial avait été instruit en 2017 par le Chef de l’Etat S.E Paul BIYA, pour quatre années successives.  Vu la pertinence de ce recrutement qui vient implémenter l’une des solutions à la crise anglophone, la cinquième session qui est en cours a été lancée par le Ministre de la Fonction Publique et de la Réforme Administrative, coordonnateur des travaux qui se sont tenus ce jour.

 

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