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Amélioration du cadre  et des  conditions de travail: des perspectives rassurantes pour les personnels de l’annexe de Dragage.

Le Ministre de la Fonction Publique et de la Réforme Administrative, Monsieur Joseph LE a présidé en fin d'après-midi du mercredi 15 février 2023, une séance de travail à  l'Auditorium de la Délégation Régionale du MINFOPRA pour le Centre. Ladite Séance  de travail etait consacrée à l'évaluation de des travaux de sécurisation du bâtiment annexe du MINFOPRA et l'amélioration du cadre de travail des personnels dans de meilleurs délais.

La sécurisation des bureaux, l’installation de la climatisation et des caméras de surveillance,  l'éclairage externe du bâtiment, la révision des installations défectueuses, et le rafraîchissement de la peinture aux couleurs du bâtiment principal ; ce sont là quelques projets immédiats que le MINFOPRA a entrepris dans le but d'améliorer le cadre de travail des personnels du bâtiment.
Avant de présider cette réunion, le Ministre Joseph LE a tenu faire le tour du propriétaire pour avoir une idée précise de l'état d'avancement des travaux déjà entrepris. Il était question pour le Chef de département de s’assurer que la pose des 165 canons, des grilles sur les ouvertures et le scellage des bais vitrées prévus sont déjà effectifs.
Dans son propos liminaire  , il a réitèré à l’ensemble du personnel qu’il reste disponible pour toute proposition relative à ce projet d’amélioration de leurs conditions de travail.
Cette séance de travail faisait suite à  la réunion de crise du 04 janvier dernier relative à la sécurisation des bureaux du bâtiment annexe.
La réunion a duré une heure d’horloge et s'est achevée sur une note de satisfaction globale.

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Fight Against Corruption (APNAC): MINFOPRA receives Members of the executive bureau of the Network of Cameroonian Parliamentarians


The fight against Corruption is primordial at MINFOPRA. From establishing policies to taking active action the Ministry of the Public Service has remained on alert on anti- corruption actions within the Public Service. This was the basis of discussion between APNAC and MINFOPRA today 17th January 2023 at the MINFOPRA conference hall.

The meeting which was presided over by the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform, Joseph LE, was the occasion to present to the members of parliament, the multiple actions that have been undertaken at MINFOPRA to kick corruption out of MINFOPRA and guarantee user satisfaction.

In his opening address, Minister Joseph LE noted amongst other mechanisms; the creation of a toll-free number that gives users the possibility to present their complaints, an engaged presence and follow up on almost all social media platforms, the existence of an interactive program dubbed “You and Us” to guarantee direct interactivity with users, the existence of a suggestion box in the Minfopra main building etc.

Commenting on the Minister’s speech, the head of mission of the four- man delegation of parliamentarians, the honourable Essomba Bengono Engelbert saluted the MINFOPRA for the brilliant work that has been done so far and precised that, MINFOPPRA has been rated amongst the best in terms of fight against corruption and the echoes are positive from the National Assembly. He however urged Minister LE to more diligence in his work and share best practices with others so they could learn from his example.

The meeting ended in a working session.

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Staffing of health personnel in health facilities: MINFOPRA reassures young Parliamentarians.

In a plenary sitting of young parliamentarians at the National Assembly today 9th February 2023, Minister Joseph LE edified the young parliamentarians on the efforts that have been employed by the Ministry of the Public Service and Administrative Reform to improve the numbers of  health workers in all localities  of Cameroon.

Answering the question posed by the young parliamentarian Augustine AROGA of the Centre region, Minister Joseph LE, acknowledged that there's  a significant shortage of medical personnel in our health facilities and it is expected that all those recruited should emerge from the training institutions in the country but there are important things that pose as challenges to achieving this necessity.

Amongst others,   budgetary constraints as well as the restrictive and precautionary methods of recruitment in the public service makes it impossible to recruit a massive number of trained personnel.

Moreover,  the deadlock of having health personnel who after being recruited,  desert their working sites in the hinterlands for greener pastures abroad is also a real challenge MINFOPRA is working on solving.

Worthy of note is the fact that Minister LE accompanied by a delegation of his close collaborators was talking on the occasion of the 6th appearance of the parliamentary network "esperance Jeunesse" for the promotion of public policies and actions in favour of youth and children before the National Assembly chaired by honourable Hilarion ETONG, 1st Vice President of the National Assembly, representative of the President of the National Assembly, Cavaye YEGUIE DJIBRIL.

According to Minister LE, statistics from existing health facilities show that there is a shortage of 68000  personnel including 53000 health workers ( general practitioners, senior nurses, nurses, nursing assistants, health technicians, midwives, just to name but these). Despite these figures, he however  pointed out that from 2018 to 2022 over 2 211 health personnel have been recruited and deployed to the Ministry of health.

At the close of his speech, Minister LE mentioned that the aforementioned figures  are some signs of hope on which  the youths should rest  upon and trust in the actions government is taking to address their concerns.

Daisy Diane Mafor, Communication Unit/MINFOPRA

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Samuel Eto’o Fils at MINFOPRA 

Sports, an essential factor for human development and a unifying factor in nation building, was the main agenda of discussion between the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Samuel Eto'o Fils and the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform Joseph LE, during an audience this Monday 09th January 2023 in his cabinet.

In  prelude to the launching of a veteran  championship competition, the President of FECAFOOT saw it necessary to invite  the Minister of the Public Service and Administrative Reform to participate in the exercise. According to him, sports, especially football is very important.  

For  Minister Joseph LE, in the administration we don't need to work only everyday, we also need to relax.  football being a major sport in Cameroon therefore,  it could be important for the Public Service and FECAFOOT to have a convention that can help both institutions to continue to promote football.  Eto'o is here to encourage veterans to be unrelenting about joining the football revolution.

In fact there are beautiful prospects between FECAFOOT and all strata of our society. Football doesn't have to be limited to the professional level, it has to consider every one; little children,  youths and adults alike and Eto'o hopes to vulgarize this agenda in all administrations. The  exchange of new year wishes and MINFOPRA’s offering of a symbolic gift to FECAFOOT President, closed the audience.

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