THE DIRECTOR OF THE MULTI-SECTOR REGIONAL OFFICE OF UNESCO FOR CENTRAL AFRICA IN YAOUNDE, CAMEROON, MR. SALAH KHALED MADE THE PLEDGE AFTER AN AUDIENCE GRANTED HIM BY THE NCPBM PRESIDENT, PETER MAFANY MUSONGE.

UNESCO promises support to the NCPBM to promote the mastery of Cameroon’s history among the younger generation.

The two personalities who met Tuesday, July 31ST 2018, at the NCPBM head office discussed a wide range of issues aimed at adding a gloss to the work of the Commission.

 Mr. SALAH KHALED told the press that they talked about the possibility of partnership in the domains of cultural diversity, tolerance, education and communication in which UNESCO has best practices.

The younger generation of Cameroonians could benefit from a project which UNESCO started in 1960 to enable them improve on their knowledge of the authentic history of Cameroon, written by African Historians themselves to set the records straight.

The promotion of the values of Living Together and the rich and diverse heritage of Cameroon can also be subjects under the partnership that UNESCO and the NCPBM intend to put in place.

The guest at the Commission, Egyptian-born SALAH KHALED started his career with UNESCO in 2002. His achievements include assistance to States and Governments in the sectors of education, science, communication, culture, and the concretization of programmes related to conflict resolution, capacity building of youths and the empowerment of Women.

The President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE, was assisted at the audience by the Vice –President, OUMAROU DJIKA and the Secretary General, Dr. CHI ASAFOR Cornelius.

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