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A three-day capacity building seminar organised by the NCPBM on program budget took place at the Yaoundé Conference Centre from 9-11 May 2023. Chaired by the President of the NCPBM, His Excellency Peter MAFANY MUSONGE, this workshop had as objective to enlighten members of the Commission on the philosophy and procedures of the program budget.

Audit of the Special National Solidarity Fund to fight against Coronavirus

The health crisis linked to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which has been affecting Cameroon since March 2020, like all the countries in Africa and the world, prompted a strong response from the Government, through a Global Response Plan estimated at CFAF 479 billion over three years. Within this framework, Ordinance No. 2020/001 of 03 June

Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) equipped for the dissemination of the citizen budget

The ceremony of handing over the kits made up of the different formats of the citizen budget to the different civil society organisations took place on Thursday, 23 March 2023 in Mbakomo. Ten civil society organisations (COSADER, CRADEC, PLANOSCAM, AFROLEADERSHIP, HEGTD, JEUDI DE COTONOU, CRADIF, I-WATCH, ODDPE and GTOG), working in the field of public

Official launch of the 3rd PEFA evaluation in Cameroon

The Minister of Finance, His Excellency Louis Paul MOTAZE, has just officially launched the 3rd evaluation of Cameroon’s public financial management system according to the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) methodology. The ceremony was attended by the main administrations involved in this evaluation, Civil Society as well as Technical and Financial Partners. In setting

Cameroon welcomes a third National PEFA

The Cameroonian government is truly committed to aligning its National Public Financial Management System with international standards. Since 2007, the country has subscribed to various international assessments, including the Public Expenditure and Financial Accountability (PEFA) programme. The third PEFA evaluation currently underway in our country is an opportunity to adjust in terms of PFM and

Review and analysis of public entities’ budget documents

The issue of performance and transparency in Cameroon’s public finance management system is part of the implementation process of the National Development Strategy 2020-2030 (NDS30).  In order to achieve the objective, it is necessary that the actors in the budgetary chain, who are also actors in performance, take ownership not only of the reforms but

The Calendar for the Publication of Public Finance Statistics 2023 is available

The Minister of Finance, His Excellency Louis PAUL MOTAZE, signed on Monday 13 February 2023, the Calendar for the publication of Public Finance Statistics 2023. This is not just a catalogue of intentions. It is the materialisation of a clear will to establish transparency in the management of Public Finances in Cameroon as a central

How to promote transparency of public finances through control and audit?

It is to answer this question that the fourth (4th) edition of the Regional Seminar on Budget Transparency in Sub-Saharan Francophone Africa was held at the Star Land Hotel in Bastos Yaounde. The Minister of Finance, Louis PAUL MOTAZE, chaired the opening ceremony that took place on Wednesday, 25 January 2023. He was accompanied by

Reflections on the results of the Open Budget Survey (OBS)

This is within the framework of the workshop on the presentation of the 2021 results of the Open Budget Survey (OBS) for Cameroon coupled with the review of the follow-up of the recommendations of the African workshop on the national integrated financing framework which opened on 19 January 2023 at the Djeuga Palace Hotel in

The major axes of the implementation of the 2023 budget of Cameroon

They were presented during the official launch ceremony presided over by Finance Minister Louis Paul Motaze on 16 January 2022 in Douala. With a total budget of 6345.1 billion against 6080.4 billion in 2022, the budget of Cameroon records an increase of 264.7 billion in absolute value and 4.4% in relative value. Although the start