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Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All
MINEE
Conference debate
World Water Day 2017
22 march 2017
Yaounde Cameroon
Organised by the CENTRE FOR COMMUNICATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
FOR ALL (CECOSDA)
With the sponsorship of
SCIENCES PROGRAM OF UNESCO REGIONAL OFFICE, CAMEROON
With technical support of:
MINEE
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CONTENT
Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………....3
Objective……………………………………………………………………………………………………..3
Methodology……………………………………………………………………………………...................3
Conduct of the conference…………………………………………………………………………………4
- Presentation of IUCN……………………...……………………………………………………….4
- Presentation of UNESCO………..……………………………………………………….………...5
- Presentation of PADUA UNIVERSITY……..………………………………………….................6
- Presentation of MINEE……………………………………………………………………………..7
- Students presentations(IRIC/ ENSTP)….………………………………………………………..8
Family picture…………………………………………………………………………………………….…9
Acknowledgment………………………………………………………………………………………….11
Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………………….12
Annex……………………………………………………………………………………………………….13
- Conference program………………………………………………………………………………14
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MEMBERS OF PANEL
Pr MAMA Plea, Sciences Program Specialist,
UNESCO-Yaoundé
Dr PIAL Annie Claude, Expert for the Sciences
Program, UNESCO-Yaoundé
Mr. MAINA Pagou, Technical
Support Officer at the Water
Resources Management
Department (MINEE)
Ms. Camille Flore JEPANG
SANDJONG, Institutional
Development Policy Officer
of the Cameroon IUCN-PACO
Program, expert on climate
change issues
Dr valerie DARJO, focal point
of the Water Facility project-
University of Padua
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INTRODUCTION
Water is at the heart of sustainable development. World Water Day is an international celebration
and an opportunity to learn more about water-related topics. Climate change, population growth
and economic development need to find solutions to ensure a sustainable world, which is the
theme of this year's "wastewater". Cameroon joined the International Community to celebrate
World Water Day.
Within this celebration, the Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All
(CECOSDA), in partnership with UNESCO, IUCN, MINEE, the UNIVERSITY OF PADUA,
organized a conference/debate whose objective was to bring together relevant actors on the
theme of "water in its diversity: what opportunities for sustainable development in Cameroon? ", to
exchange good practices, perspectives and opportunities for experts, students and researchers. It
was also an opportunity to sensitize the participants on the importance of water and to promote
the sustainable management of water resources especially wastewater.
METHODOLOGY
The conference had a series of working session with the Science Program team of the UNESCO
Regional Office in Yaoundé under the supervision of Prof. MAMA PLEA and Dr PIAL.
Participants were selected on the basis of their profile and the registration made online. At the
level of registration, participants' expectations were gathered in order to guide the exchanges.
Two working meetings with the partners (UNESCO, IUCN, MINEE, ENSTP / UNIVERSITY OF
PADUA) made it possible to finalize the themes and the program of the conference taking into
account the expectations of the participants. Participants were chosen from 10 different academic
institutions and civil society organizations, including WCS and other local NGOs, mostly experts,
students, program officers in the fields of water and environment. After the presentations of the
panelists, followed a session of exchange with the participants moderated by Dr. Annie Claude
PIAL of UNESCO.
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CONDUCT OF THE CONFERENCE
Presentation by IUCN
The appraisal of the message of the General Director of UNESCO, Irina Bokova on the occasion of
the World Water Day was made by Prof. MAMA Plea. Presentation by Ms JEPANG SANDJONG
Camille Flore, focused on the practice of trans boundary governance of water resources. This
gave room to define the different concepts relating to the topic, giving the elements of an
integrated management of water resources including water governance and its implementation;
the complexity of water management in view of the difficulty of reconciling the requirements of
national sovereignty with that of solidarity.
Ms. JEPANG
SANDJONG Camille
Flore, IUCN
Presentation by UNESCO
The intervention of Prof. MAMA Plea, (in charge of the Science Program of the Yaounde
Regional Office) was centered on the UNESCO Hydraulic Program. He made a background of the
International Hydraulic Program (IHP); the various sub programs which have underpinned the
activity of the IHP (IHP I VIII); various initiatives and projects executed, or in the course of
implementation. Finally, activities at the regional level related to the ECCAS
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and IWRM plan (function, operationalization of IHP cells in Central Africa).
According to the report on water resources in 2016, water is confronted with the
problem of climate change and pollution resulting from human activities. Water-related activities
such as the generation of electricity have led to an increase in the demand for human labor that
has created employment. One billion four hundred million jobs are directly linked to water, while
1.2 billion jobs are indirectly linked to water, which represents 70% of the world's jobs. Thus, it is
important to follow the institutions working in the field of water resources management. The idea
of creating an international hydrological program on water was developed in 1975 and is now in
its 8th phase. Their mission is to manage the risk of poor water management. The program is
structured so, at the national level, there is the national committee of IHP, created by the state to
decide how to govern the resource, how to advise the government and is composed of
researchers, scientists, financial and technical partners. At the international level, there is the
global IHP under UNESCO, composed of two representatives from all countries, and they meet
once in two years.
Prof. MAMA
Plea, UNESCO
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Presentation by PADUA University
Dr. Valerie DARJO of the University of Padua gave a talk on "water:
what opportunities for young people in terms of training,
entrepreneurship and employment? « This refers to a Master's project in
Environmental Sciences funded by the European Union. This project is
realized through a co-operation between the ENSTP and the University of
Padua (department of architectural civil engineering) with the objective of
developing a system for acquiring skills and knowledge of programming,
monitoring, maintenance, management Water resources and sanitation.
Dr V.DARJO presented the results obtained, the results not anticipated
and of course some prospects for the PhD and a new course in Master:
Water, Waste and Sanitation.
Dr. DARJO Valerie, ENSTP/ Padua University
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Presentation by MINEE (Ministry of Water and Energy)
Mr. MAINA PAGOU from the Department of Water
Resources Management, spoke about Cameroon's water
supply and sanitation actions and policies, as well as
the perspectives defined by his ministry in
collaboration with other structures. He concluded his
remarks by encouraging everyone to become aware and
to spread the word so that everyone is sensitized
(students, households, individuals ...).
M. MAINA PAGOU Emile, MINEE
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Presentation by students
In addition to other members of panel’s presentations, two students from the International Relations Institute of Cameroon
(IRIC) and the Advanced National School of Public Works (ENSTP) gave presentations on the following themes:
"Recycling wastewater as a solution to the inadequate supply of water in the public network" Presented by Mr. DONGMO Gabriel,
PhD student, IRIC
«Streams pollution: Case of the River Mfou in Bouda «Presented by Mrs TOUKAM Valerie, MASTER ENSTP.
Mr. DONGMO Gabriel, DOCTORANT, IRIC Mrs TOUKAM Valerie, MASTER ENSTP
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Family picture with panel members and participants
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Discussion Session with the participants
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
CECOSDA expresses its gratitude to partners such as UNESCO, Sciences Program for
Financial Support, as well as IUCN, MINEE, and PADUA UNIVERSITE for technical support.
Our thanks to the institutions represented namely the University of Yaounde I and II, IRIC,
HIES, ENSTP, CRESA, CITEC, AUF, IAI, ISTAG, University of Dschang and Buea. In addition,
we are grateful to the volunteers who contributed to the success of this event, such as Mr.
BELLO Mana of ENSTP, Ms. NANGA Genevieve of UNESCO, MBASSI Alfred, YEMEFACK
Gladys, KAMDEM Lytrice, MAIMOUNA Amina, GAMO Frank, NGIMKENG Sybelle, EBOA
EBOA, MBIDA Blanche, TATAH Yiwyeh and GAKO KEUGUE. We cannot end without saying
thank you to the CECOSDA program and administrative team: Ms. EWANGE Mabel,
ABANDA Hyacinthe, MADEFO Dorothy, MEKONTCHOU Giresse, and TETSOPLO Doriane.
Volunteers for the 2017 water conference
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Conclusion
This CECOSDA’s initiative was a success thanks to the participation and dedication of the
partners at the financial and technical level. It is important to note that, the participants
expressed their satisfaction with the presentations made by the various panelists in the domain
of water. In subsequent years and at such an event, we would like to see water stakeholders
become more involved both financially and technically in order to reach a more diversified
target, with the aim of achieving the objectives of Sustainable Development in Cameroon.
 Report produced by:
MAIMOUNA Amina, Master’s student in Social Sciences
TATAH Eginyoh Yiwyeh, volunteer for the Water Conference
 Reviewed by:
Program team of the Centre for Communication and Sustainable Development for All
(CECOSDA)
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ANNEX: program of the conference
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PROGRAMME DE LA CONFERENCE
JOURNEE INTERNATIONALE DE L’EAU 2017 - CONFERENCE DEBAT
World Water Day 2017 - Conférence/Debate
« L’eau dans sa diversité : Quelles opportunités pour le développement durable au Cameroun? »
“Water in its diversity: What opportunities for sustainable development in Cameroon? “
Heure - Time PROGRAMME Intervenant - Speaker
12h30 – 13h Arrivée et installation des participants – Arrival of participants
13h00- 13h15 Installation des members du panel – Officials and members of panel join the hall
13h15- 13h25
Mots d'ouverture et de bienvenue - Opening and welcome speech MENGOUNG Siegfried-
Présentateur
Message de la directrice générale de l’UNESCO / Message from the General Director of UNESCO UNESCO
Présentations modérées par Dr PIAL Annie Claude - UNESCO
13h30-13h45 (15min) Gestion des Ressources en eau: Quelle politique pour les eaux usées au Cameroun
Water resources management: what policy for wastewater in Cameroon
MAINA Pagou - MINEE (Direction
de la gestion des ressources en eau)
13h50-14h05
(15 min)
Pratique en matière de gouvernance transfrontalière des ressources en eaux
Practices in terms of trans boundary governance of Water Resources
Camille JEPANG- IUCN
14h10-14h25
(15 min)
L’action internationale en matière de gestion des eaux : cas de l’UNESCO
International action on water management; case of UNESCO
Prof MAMA Plea - UNESCO
14h30-14h45
( 15min)
L’eau : Quelle opportunité pour les jeunes en termes de formation, d’entreprenariat et d’emploi ?
Water: what opportunities for young people in terms of training, entrepreneurship and employment?
Dr Valerie DARJO/ Prof ELAME
Esoh - Water Facility Project/Union
Européenne/Université de Padoue –
14h50-15h30
(30min)
Point d’échanges entre participants et panélistes Modéré par Dr PIAL- UNESCO
15h35-15h50 Présentation des travauxd’étudiantssurl’eau/ Presentation of Students Research Work on Water ENSTP/IRIC/ Water Facility
Project/
16h00-16h15 Point d’échanges entre participants
16h30 - Discours de clôture – Closing remarks-- Photo d’ensemble - Group photo - FIN DE LA CONFERENCE - END OF CONFERENCE
Lieu- Venue Ecole nationale supérieure des travaux publics
National Advanced School of Public Works
Date 22 mars 2017 à 13h00 - 22March 2017 at 1:00pm
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Report water conference 2017 - Cameroon- cecosda- iucn- unesco- minee- padoue- wadic - english

  • 1. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All MINEE Conference debate World Water Day 2017 22 march 2017 Yaounde Cameroon Organised by the CENTRE FOR COMMUNICATION AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT FOR ALL (CECOSDA) With the sponsorship of SCIENCES PROGRAM OF UNESCO REGIONAL OFFICE, CAMEROON With technical support of: MINEE
  • 2. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 1 MINEE CONTENT Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………....3 Objective……………………………………………………………………………………………………..3 Methodology……………………………………………………………………………………...................3 Conduct of the conference…………………………………………………………………………………4 - Presentation of IUCN……………………...……………………………………………………….4 - Presentation of UNESCO………..……………………………………………………….………...5 - Presentation of PADUA UNIVERSITY……..………………………………………….................6 - Presentation of MINEE……………………………………………………………………………..7 - Students presentations(IRIC/ ENSTP)….………………………………………………………..8 Family picture…………………………………………………………………………………………….…9 Acknowledgment………………………………………………………………………………………….11 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………………………….12 Annex……………………………………………………………………………………………………….13 - Conference program………………………………………………………………………………14
  • 3. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 2 MINEE MEMBERS OF PANEL Pr MAMA Plea, Sciences Program Specialist, UNESCO-Yaoundé Dr PIAL Annie Claude, Expert for the Sciences Program, UNESCO-Yaoundé Mr. MAINA Pagou, Technical Support Officer at the Water Resources Management Department (MINEE) Ms. Camille Flore JEPANG SANDJONG, Institutional Development Policy Officer of the Cameroon IUCN-PACO Program, expert on climate change issues Dr valerie DARJO, focal point of the Water Facility project- University of Padua
  • 4. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 3 MINEE INTRODUCTION Water is at the heart of sustainable development. World Water Day is an international celebration and an opportunity to learn more about water-related topics. Climate change, population growth and economic development need to find solutions to ensure a sustainable world, which is the theme of this year's "wastewater". Cameroon joined the International Community to celebrate World Water Day. Within this celebration, the Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All (CECOSDA), in partnership with UNESCO, IUCN, MINEE, the UNIVERSITY OF PADUA, organized a conference/debate whose objective was to bring together relevant actors on the theme of "water in its diversity: what opportunities for sustainable development in Cameroon? ", to exchange good practices, perspectives and opportunities for experts, students and researchers. It was also an opportunity to sensitize the participants on the importance of water and to promote the sustainable management of water resources especially wastewater. METHODOLOGY The conference had a series of working session with the Science Program team of the UNESCO Regional Office in Yaoundé under the supervision of Prof. MAMA PLEA and Dr PIAL. Participants were selected on the basis of their profile and the registration made online. At the level of registration, participants' expectations were gathered in order to guide the exchanges. Two working meetings with the partners (UNESCO, IUCN, MINEE, ENSTP / UNIVERSITY OF PADUA) made it possible to finalize the themes and the program of the conference taking into account the expectations of the participants. Participants were chosen from 10 different academic institutions and civil society organizations, including WCS and other local NGOs, mostly experts, students, program officers in the fields of water and environment. After the presentations of the panelists, followed a session of exchange with the participants moderated by Dr. Annie Claude PIAL of UNESCO.
  • 5. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 4 MINEE CONDUCT OF THE CONFERENCE Presentation by IUCN The appraisal of the message of the General Director of UNESCO, Irina Bokova on the occasion of the World Water Day was made by Prof. MAMA Plea. Presentation by Ms JEPANG SANDJONG Camille Flore, focused on the practice of trans boundary governance of water resources. This gave room to define the different concepts relating to the topic, giving the elements of an integrated management of water resources including water governance and its implementation; the complexity of water management in view of the difficulty of reconciling the requirements of national sovereignty with that of solidarity. Ms. JEPANG SANDJONG Camille Flore, IUCN Presentation by UNESCO The intervention of Prof. MAMA Plea, (in charge of the Science Program of the Yaounde Regional Office) was centered on the UNESCO Hydraulic Program. He made a background of the International Hydraulic Program (IHP); the various sub programs which have underpinned the activity of the IHP (IHP I VIII); various initiatives and projects executed, or in the course of implementation. Finally, activities at the regional level related to the ECCAS
  • 6. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 5 MINEE and IWRM plan (function, operationalization of IHP cells in Central Africa). According to the report on water resources in 2016, water is confronted with the problem of climate change and pollution resulting from human activities. Water-related activities such as the generation of electricity have led to an increase in the demand for human labor that has created employment. One billion four hundred million jobs are directly linked to water, while 1.2 billion jobs are indirectly linked to water, which represents 70% of the world's jobs. Thus, it is important to follow the institutions working in the field of water resources management. The idea of creating an international hydrological program on water was developed in 1975 and is now in its 8th phase. Their mission is to manage the risk of poor water management. The program is structured so, at the national level, there is the national committee of IHP, created by the state to decide how to govern the resource, how to advise the government and is composed of researchers, scientists, financial and technical partners. At the international level, there is the global IHP under UNESCO, composed of two representatives from all countries, and they meet once in two years. Prof. MAMA Plea, UNESCO
  • 7. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 6 MINEE Presentation by PADUA University Dr. Valerie DARJO of the University of Padua gave a talk on "water: what opportunities for young people in terms of training, entrepreneurship and employment? « This refers to a Master's project in Environmental Sciences funded by the European Union. This project is realized through a co-operation between the ENSTP and the University of Padua (department of architectural civil engineering) with the objective of developing a system for acquiring skills and knowledge of programming, monitoring, maintenance, management Water resources and sanitation. Dr V.DARJO presented the results obtained, the results not anticipated and of course some prospects for the PhD and a new course in Master: Water, Waste and Sanitation. Dr. DARJO Valerie, ENSTP/ Padua University
  • 8. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 7 MINEE Presentation by MINEE (Ministry of Water and Energy) Mr. MAINA PAGOU from the Department of Water Resources Management, spoke about Cameroon's water supply and sanitation actions and policies, as well as the perspectives defined by his ministry in collaboration with other structures. He concluded his remarks by encouraging everyone to become aware and to spread the word so that everyone is sensitized (students, households, individuals ...). M. MAINA PAGOU Emile, MINEE
  • 9. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 8 MINEE Presentation by students In addition to other members of panel’s presentations, two students from the International Relations Institute of Cameroon (IRIC) and the Advanced National School of Public Works (ENSTP) gave presentations on the following themes: "Recycling wastewater as a solution to the inadequate supply of water in the public network" Presented by Mr. DONGMO Gabriel, PhD student, IRIC «Streams pollution: Case of the River Mfou in Bouda «Presented by Mrs TOUKAM Valerie, MASTER ENSTP. Mr. DONGMO Gabriel, DOCTORANT, IRIC Mrs TOUKAM Valerie, MASTER ENSTP
  • 10. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 9 MINEE Family picture with panel members and participants
  • 11. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 10 MINEE Discussion Session with the participants
  • 12. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 11 MINEE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT CECOSDA expresses its gratitude to partners such as UNESCO, Sciences Program for Financial Support, as well as IUCN, MINEE, and PADUA UNIVERSITE for technical support. Our thanks to the institutions represented namely the University of Yaounde I and II, IRIC, HIES, ENSTP, CRESA, CITEC, AUF, IAI, ISTAG, University of Dschang and Buea. In addition, we are grateful to the volunteers who contributed to the success of this event, such as Mr. BELLO Mana of ENSTP, Ms. NANGA Genevieve of UNESCO, MBASSI Alfred, YEMEFACK Gladys, KAMDEM Lytrice, MAIMOUNA Amina, GAMO Frank, NGIMKENG Sybelle, EBOA EBOA, MBIDA Blanche, TATAH Yiwyeh and GAKO KEUGUE. We cannot end without saying thank you to the CECOSDA program and administrative team: Ms. EWANGE Mabel, ABANDA Hyacinthe, MADEFO Dorothy, MEKONTCHOU Giresse, and TETSOPLO Doriane. Volunteers for the 2017 water conference
  • 13. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 12 MINEE Conclusion This CECOSDA’s initiative was a success thanks to the participation and dedication of the partners at the financial and technical level. It is important to note that, the participants expressed their satisfaction with the presentations made by the various panelists in the domain of water. In subsequent years and at such an event, we would like to see water stakeholders become more involved both financially and technically in order to reach a more diversified target, with the aim of achieving the objectives of Sustainable Development in Cameroon.  Report produced by: MAIMOUNA Amina, Master’s student in Social Sciences TATAH Eginyoh Yiwyeh, volunteer for the Water Conference  Reviewed by: Program team of the Centre for Communication and Sustainable Development for All (CECOSDA)
  • 14. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 13 MINEE ANNEX: program of the conference
  • 15. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 14 MINEE PROGRAMME DE LA CONFERENCE JOURNEE INTERNATIONALE DE L’EAU 2017 - CONFERENCE DEBAT World Water Day 2017 - Conférence/Debate « L’eau dans sa diversité : Quelles opportunités pour le développement durable au Cameroun? » “Water in its diversity: What opportunities for sustainable development in Cameroon? “ Heure - Time PROGRAMME Intervenant - Speaker 12h30 – 13h Arrivée et installation des participants – Arrival of participants 13h00- 13h15 Installation des members du panel – Officials and members of panel join the hall 13h15- 13h25 Mots d'ouverture et de bienvenue - Opening and welcome speech MENGOUNG Siegfried- Présentateur Message de la directrice générale de l’UNESCO / Message from the General Director of UNESCO UNESCO Présentations modérées par Dr PIAL Annie Claude - UNESCO 13h30-13h45 (15min) Gestion des Ressources en eau: Quelle politique pour les eaux usées au Cameroun Water resources management: what policy for wastewater in Cameroon MAINA Pagou - MINEE (Direction de la gestion des ressources en eau) 13h50-14h05 (15 min) Pratique en matière de gouvernance transfrontalière des ressources en eaux Practices in terms of trans boundary governance of Water Resources Camille JEPANG- IUCN 14h10-14h25 (15 min) L’action internationale en matière de gestion des eaux : cas de l’UNESCO International action on water management; case of UNESCO Prof MAMA Plea - UNESCO 14h30-14h45 ( 15min) L’eau : Quelle opportunité pour les jeunes en termes de formation, d’entreprenariat et d’emploi ? Water: what opportunities for young people in terms of training, entrepreneurship and employment? Dr Valerie DARJO/ Prof ELAME Esoh - Water Facility Project/Union Européenne/Université de Padoue – 14h50-15h30 (30min) Point d’échanges entre participants et panélistes Modéré par Dr PIAL- UNESCO 15h35-15h50 Présentation des travauxd’étudiantssurl’eau/ Presentation of Students Research Work on Water ENSTP/IRIC/ Water Facility Project/ 16h00-16h15 Point d’échanges entre participants 16h30 - Discours de clôture – Closing remarks-- Photo d’ensemble - Group photo - FIN DE LA CONFERENCE - END OF CONFERENCE Lieu- Venue Ecole nationale supérieure des travaux publics National Advanced School of Public Works Date 22 mars 2017 à 13h00 - 22March 2017 at 1:00pm
  • 16. Center for Communication and Sustainable Development for All 15 MINEE