Wood Workers Trained On Local Processing

By Godlove BAINKONG, Cameroon Tribune, 10-12-2013
Some 130 of them received their attestations on December 10, 2013 within the Value Chain Project.
Some 130 wood workers have been trained on second and third generation local processing to add value to the product before consumption within or without the country. The over one month training fell within the framework of the, “Competitive Value Chains Project” piloted by the Ministry of the Economy, Planning and Regional Development (MINEPAT).

The project, its National Coordinator, Evelyne Françoise Soua Ntyam said, seeks to render competitive growth-induced sectors that can boost the country’s socio-economic development.  The training, enhanced by the “Centre de formation Technique en Menuiserie” of the Monte Febe Monastery, Mrs Soua Ntyam said, trained 20 participants on the techniques of falling wood, 20 on the mastery of the machine and tools in woodwork, 40 on the sale of wood finished products, 25 on hygiene and sanitation in the wood sector as well as 25 others on financially managing an artisanal, small and medium-size wood enterprise. >>>


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