Report Technical-Explorative Mission "04-17 December 2009" in Camerun - Economic, Planning and Preservation of Land

19 March 2010
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ECONOMIC PLANNING AND PRESERVATION OF LAND

The Major Projects for Development of Cameroon (December 15, 2009 - 09:00 am)
Ministry of Economy, Planning and land conservation: Head of Communication Cell: DR. Jean Atangana
Columnist RTV - Cameroon Rado Television: Dr. Marthe Anne Muot

Major Projects for Development of Cameroon:
The Ministry of Economy, Planning and Conservation Land - MINEPAT, identified 6 major projects for Economic Development, Technological and Social Republic of Cameroon. These activities will be financed by the Adoption of Budget 2010. Three of these six projects are aimed at finding a permanent solution to the problems faced by small and medium enterprises. The remaining concern the implementation of large infrastructure necessary to improve the economic affairs of Cameron. As reported in the 2010 Budget MINEPAT submitted on 20 November 2009 by Minister Louis Paul MOTAZE before the Finance Committee of the National Assembly, the overall allocation of public resources will amount to 16 billion and 206 million FCFA.

Public investment will be broken down as follows:
- 13 billion and 206 million in ordinary internal resources
- 3 billion in HIPC resources.

The large investment projects listed in the 2010 Budget MINEPAT are as follows:
Construction of the Lom Dam Pang, whose entry to the scheme will bring additional energy input of over 250 GWh of hydroelectric power to Soung Loulou. In 2010, this project will qualify for state financial contribution of 32.2 billion FCFA that will finalize the study, perform and carry out preparatory work to launch the work of formal construction;
Construction of the hydroelectric power plant of Memve'ele, the production capacity of 210 MW. The total cost of the work is over 365 billion FCFA. The state has funded nearly 900 million for construction and finalization of the feasibility studies.
Construction of the deepwater port of Kribi. The project involves the construction of a complex Portuario, with four terminals, industrial and tourist zones, capable of accommodating ships with a capacity exceeding 100,000 tons. State participation in this project will be to over 34 billion.
The installation of a fiber optic network for the installation of a backbone of the Internet Backbone (Backbone) is already underway, but the contribution contributory state will be 4.5 billion FCFA;
Construction of the Kribi gas power stations, with funding from the state 7 billion FCFA, will help address the current energy deficit;
Construction of the Second Bridge over the Wouri to Doula. The use of 10.6 billion FCFA, will allow the closure of the studies and the beginning of construction work. This project will thin the traffic between the industrial area of Banaberi and the Center of the Diocese of Douala.

Have been identified as priority projects for the development of the country, andandoli to distinguish by sector of activity:

Energetic  Sector :
1. Construction of the dam Chollet (Dja)
2. Construction of the hydroelectric power plant of Memve'elè River Ntem
3. Hydroelectric Project of Lom Panga
4. Hydroelectric project in Song Mbengue

Sector of  Transports:
1. Rehabilitation Program of Airports in Cameroon
Project 1: Rehabilitation of Douala International Airport
Project 2: Rehabilitation of Garoua International Airport
DRAFT 3: Airport Rehabilitation of Maroua - Salak
PROJECT 4: Airport Rehabilitation of Bertoua

2. Project for Construction of a second bridge over the Wouri - Douala
3. Rehabilitation of the national rail network
4. Construction of the port complex of Kribi
5. Project for Construction of the port of Limbe

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