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Tourist Project To Provide 370 Jobs 

By Marriane Tabi Enow — The Yoyo Economic and Tourist Project, Mouanko, of the Sananga Maritime in the Littoral Region, signed by Government and a British company, based in Dubai, is expected to create 370 job opportunities. This was revealed recently during an interministeral follow-up meeting chaired by the Minister of the Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Emanuel Nganou Djoumessi.

According to the follow-up committee report, 250 jobs are projected to be created during the installation phase of the project while the exploitation phase is expected to generate 120 jobs.
The Mouanko project which consists of building a new town, beach and tourist site for commercial, cultural and sporting activities will cost FCFA 1000 billion, on a 6 by 1000 hectare of land. Minister Djoumessi said a road will be constructed to make the project site accessible.

He urged the Senior Divisional Officer for the Sananga Maritime to assess the problems of people who have been dislodged from the site so that Government could compensate them.
He said the project will be open up to other partners. Participants at the meeting raised issues of security given that the site of the project is a maritime area. They resolved to make it a priority concern as they fine-tuned strategies for the execution of the project

Developed and signed in 2009, the general management of the project was based on the convention between actors for the construction of the Cameroon International Project Company and economic and tourist zones. The project is in line with Cameroon’s greater realisation policy and takes into consideration environmental dispositions.

First published in The Post print edition no 01479

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