Cameroon: Faith Leaders Endorse Reconstruction Plan for Anglophone Regions

Christian and Muslim leaders met with officials of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Aug. 5, where they supported a $160 million recovery and reconstruction plan.

Noting that the peoples of the two Anglophone regions were now facing a double jeopardy – the separatist insurgency and the COVID-19 pandemic – the religious leaders said they were endorsing the plan because “it focuses on the people in strengthening social cohesion, revitalization of the local economy, and access to basic services.”

In a statement sent to Crux, the religious leaders also called on the people of the North West and South West regions “to cooperate and facilitate the implementation of the program.

Source: Crux

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