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THE SECOND PHASE OF THE KAIZEN PROJECT KICKS OFF

kaizen1The Minister of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Social Economy and Handicrafts officially launched the 2nd phase of the KAIZEN Project during the Conjoint Coordination Committee session that took place on the 27th of February 2019 at the Yaounde Emergence building.

In the presence of his Excellency the Ambassador of the Japanese Embassy to Cameroon, the Director General of the Agency for the Promotion of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, the resident representative of JICA to Cameroon and other Japanese experts, Minister Achille BASSILEKIN III expressed his gratitude to the Japanese government for the fruitful cooperation between both structures so far while expressing the high expectations of MINPMEESA with regards to the 2nd phase of the project given that the strategies acquired during the first phase helped in enlarging the roadmap, productivity and has ameliorated the services offered by many SMEs.

The Japanese Ambassador to Cameroon on his part also thanked the Camerooniankaizen2 government for a fruitful cooperation while wishing that the 2nd phase of the KAIZEN project registers a huge success. He laid emphasis on the fact that the KAIZEN project aims at ameliorating the quality and productivity of SMEs given that this sector is one of the main engines of the CEMAC economy.

Following both presentations of the second phase of the project and the chronology of training and business support services for the year 2019-2022 presented by KAIZEN Experts as well as points of discussion that were raised by the Japanese delegation, the following resolutions were made: besides Yaounde, Douala, Bafoussam and Kribi, the fifth region that was yet to be determined for the project will be made known before the end of the year. As regard the choice of the 75 enterprises to take part in this project, the Minister recommended that the ministry should be used as a laboratory for this project. He called on professional enterprises to be very much involved in the exercises that will be carried out while respecting selection criteria.

On the 3rd point on the sharing of media coverage cost, it was recommended that the mainstream media should be used. Relative to the fourth point on the selection of candidates for the KAIZEN guide, it was recommended that the reflection on the profile and number of personnel from MINPMEESA and the Agency for SMEs (APME) should be prolonged. As regards the fifth point on the inclusion of the KAIZEN concept in the Cameroon Development Strategy Paper, the Secretary General of MINPMEESA made it clear that the process started in 2018 and will continue. However, a document will be handed to MINEPAT by a representative of MINPMEESA during a workshop that will take place in Ebolowa from the 4-8 March 2019.

All in all, the Minister opted to engage himself to continue negotiations so as to come to an accord with the cost that will be covered by the Japanese delegation while reaffirming his continuous efforts in carrying out the KAIZEN Project.

It should be noted that a KAIZEN award has being scheduled for the year 2022.

UN NOUVEAU PATRON AU MINPMEESA

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Le nouveau patron du MINPMEESA a été installé ce jour à la salle cinémathèque de l’immeuble de l’Emergence.

Achille BASSILEKIN III puisqu’il s’agit de lui, prend les commandes du Ministère des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises, de l’Economie Sociale et de l’Artisanat. Il a été promu ministre par le Décret N° 2019/002 du 04 janvier 2019 du Président de la République.
Lors de la cérémonie d'installation qui a eu lieu le 07 janvier 2019 à la Cinémathèque de l’immeuble de l’Emergence, le Premier Ministre, Chef du Gouvernement, S.E. DION NGUTE, a prescrit au nouveau promu «Rigueur et travail» dans l’accomplissement des missions.

A 50 ans sonnés, ce natif de NITOUKOU dans le Département du Mbam-Et-Inoubou, qui remplace le Pr Laurent Serge ETOUNDI en poste depuis 2006, est ministre plénipotentiaire. Chevalier de l’ordre de la valeur, il a servi le Cameroun à Genève où il a été tour à tour, Conseiller Economique au groupe des Etats ACP, Chef de Département du Développement Economique Durable au secrétariat dudit groupe de 2001 à 2007. En 2005 date de son retour au Cameroun, il est nommé Attaché de Cabinet au Ministère des Relations Extérieures (MINREX), puis Secrétaire Général(SG) au Ministère du Commerce en décembre 2015. Il était jusqu’à sa nomination SG du ministère des Relations Extérieures.

Achille BASSILEKIN III trouve un vaste chantier engagé par son prédécesseur. Il s’agira pour lui de redéfinir la feuille de route du ministère afin de l’engager vers la voie de l’émergence concept très cher au Président de la République S.E. Paul Biya. Ce défi tourne autour des différents programmes et structures sous tutelle du MINPMEESA, la pépinière nationale d’entreprises d’Edéa, les villages artisanaux la politique de l’économie sociale, l’entrepreneuriat et le renforcement des capacités des Petites et Moyennes Entreprises pour ne citer que ceux-là. Il compte réussir ce challenge avec les efforts conjugués de ses proches collaborateurs, tout le personnel du ministère et les acteurs des domaines concernés.

PRODUCTIVE CHALLENGES FOR THE NEWLY APPOINTED

img 20181213 wa0031 1The newly appointed personnel of the Yaoundé International Handicraft Centre have been urged by Prof. Laurent Serge ETOUNDI NGOA, Minister of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Social Economy and Handicrafts to make proper use of the handicraft villages so as to promote and valorize the Cameroonian creative spirit.

This was during the installation ceremony of the newly appointed personnel that took place yesterday the 12th of December 2018 at the Yaoundé International Handicraft Center.

It should be noted that the newly appointed personnel are of two different ranks. The first constitutes the coordinator and his vice, while the second is made up of five section heads. In his installation speech, the Minister of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Social Economy and Handicrafts addressed both ranks of personnel. He urged the coordinator and his vice to make the handicraft centre more visible through actions such as trainings, management, follow-ups and development. He also urged them to put more emphasis on the respect of lease contracts not forgetting punctuality as well as rigor when it concerns work.

On the part of the Section Heads, the Minister of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises Social Economy and Handicrafts recommended that they seek for new measures and strategies that will revive the centre and make it more productive.

To crown it all, while wishing them the best on their career path, the Minister insisted that they should cultivate an innovative, anticipative and discernment spirit as well as a deep sense of an accomplished task.

 

 

 

       

 

 

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