Voluntary National Report (VNR) on the implementation of the SDGs.


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Joint Contributions - Pillar 1

500 young people and women trained and accompanied for their socio-economic integration in the localities of interventions.

A National Employment Policy Priority Action Plan in support of Post-DSCE is developed.

A Social Accounting Matrix and Computable General Equilibrium Model to simulate and analyze the impact of the productive sectors on jobs and the labor market is developed.

The capacities of local and regional authorities are reinforced on the HIMO approach and the new public procurement code is disseminated.

A National Guide to HIMO practices ("Haute Intensité de Main d'oeuvre") is developed, published and distributed in collaboration with the Ministry of Economy, Planning and Spatial Planning.

A diagnosis and the performance improvement plan of the public employment service of the labor market information system is published.

Rural women improved control over factors of production including access to land.

Rural women have increased ability to access timely and quality information, extension services, production tools and technologies, and markets.

Rural women are better organized into strong cooperatives around different value chains.

Rural women have increased their skills to access innovative financial services.

Rural women improved control over factors of production including access to land.

Rural women have increased ability to access timely and quality information, extension services, production tools and technologies, and markets.

Rural women are better organized into strong cooperatives around different value chains.

Rural women have increased their skills to access innovative financial services.

ELECAM and the main political parties have an increased capacity to effectively implement the provisions of the electoral code on gender (art 151).

Women political leaders have increased capacity to participate in political competitions at national and local levels.

Women are better perceived as legitimate political leaders in society in the same way as men.

Women in decision-making positions have increased capacity to promote gender sensitive political institutions.

The National Institute of Statistics has an increased capacity to apply the gender dimension in statistical processes.

National and local authorities have increased capacity to use gender statistics in planning and budgeting.

National and local actors have the capacity to accumulate to implement, monitor and report on international and legal laws / instruments related to violence against women.

Leaders, men and boys fully engaged to fight violence against women and girls.

The actions of the various actors in the fight against violence at national and local levels are well coordinated.

Religious, traditional and opinion leaders benefit from quality information on harmful cultural practices that undermine reproductive and maternal health.

Joint Contributions - Pillar 2

HIV / AIDS and menstrual hygiene management are effectively reflected in plans, programs and budgets at national and local levels

Health staff trained to provide SONEU, SONU services.

35 health districts are equipped (3 complete teams) for the repair of obstetric fistulas and the medical management of VBG, in DMU SR.

106 Health facilities are equipped with equipment for maternity.

165 Motoambulances are acquired for the reference of pregnant women.

34 Motorcycles and 3 vehicles acquired for SR supervision.

(a) A mobile application on adolescent sexuality education offering links to relevant health and social services for adolescents and young people in West and Central Africa is popularized including in Cameroon through awareness campaigns on social and community networks.

(b) National capacities are strengthened on communication on CSE through the media.

(c) A review of programs, interventions and sexual education tools in Cameroon are carried out and modules of reinforcement developed.

A national HIV prevention roadmap is being implemented to prevent new HIV infection among vulnerable people; (iii) Decentralized and differentiated services fully implemented.

The capacity of HIV service providers, including health staff and community-based organizations, is strengthened to improve nutritional support for PLHIV.

Advocacy for mobilizing external and domestic funding to ensure availability of HIV drugs and inputs is conducted.

Health staff from 34 health districts trained.

Technical support for the revision of national ARV treatment guidelines for adults and children is provided.

National capacities are strengthened on quantitative methods for monitoring and evaluating the implementation of comprehensive HIV prevention and sexuality education.

Joint Contributions - Pillar 3

The Education and Training Sector Strategy (ESST) integrating SDG4 is validated and endorsed by the Government and the Technical and Financial Partners.

The Education Management Information System (EMIS) is functional and the 2018/2019 statistical yearbooks of MINEDUB, MINESEC, MINEFOP and MINESUP are available.

The National Report on the Protection of the Right to Education is available.

National capacities are strengthened for the implementation of comprehensive sexual education (ESC) programs in schools.

Food assistance provided to 80,000 children in public primary schools including 75,000 students assisted with food in the school canteens of 142 primary schools and 5,000 children through the modality of food vouchers in the departments of Logone and Chari, Mayo Sava and Mayo Tsanaga.

The capacities of school management committees and MINEDUB staff involved in the monitoring and management of school canteens are reinforced through training sessions in the field of management and monitoring of school canteens. The selected schools are provided with the equipment and kitchen utensils for the functioning of school canteens.

Food assistance in the form of Snacks provided to 6,372 children in formal and non-formal schools in the South West and North West regions through energy biscuits and take-home family rations for children and teachers and administrators settlements.

Training sessions for school principals and managers of non-formal education centers on the objectives of the school feeding program, as well as aspects related to the implementation of the program such as distribution, storage and reporting.

242 schools implement equity-sensitive school improvement plans.

4,813 teachers (preschool and primary) benefit from pedagogical supervision and continuous training activities.

Assessment of the educational needs of school-aged children / youth affected by the crisis in the North West and Southwest regions is available.

Increase the provision of alternative education, provide psychosocial support to children and adolescents affected by the crisis and support the training of teachers / facilitators in the North-West and South-West regions.

National capacity is strengthened for monitoring and evaluating the quality of literacy programs through the Research Action Program on Learning Measurement of Beneficiaries of Literacy Programs (RAMAA:"Recherche Action sur la Mesure des Apprentissages des bénéficiaires des programmes d’Alphabétisation").

The sustainability and attractiveness of the vocational training system for rural producers is reinforced through the development of technical and pedagogical resources (the updated transversal competency framework, 5 technical training manuals drawn up, 9 general training manuals drawn up, 10 data sheets developed and the trainers' training repository developed) and the capacity building of 10 family school trainers at their disposal.

Joint Contributions - Pillar 4

1 - Women's Leadership and Participation in Disaster Risk Reduction and Building Resilience Strengthened.

2 - Women have increased access to skills, production and financial tools, protection mechanisms and services.

3 - Marginalized women and girls affected by sudden crises have increased access to required tools, skills and partnerships.

4 - Marginalized women and girls have access to participate and complete quality learning, employment and employment opportunities through Second Chance Education

1. State of play of Community Market Supply Systems in the intervention areas carried out.

2. 500 ex-Boko Haram associates plunged into the process of reconciliation and reintegration.

3. 250 people with capacity for disaster and risk management.

Technical and material support provided to smallholder farmers and smallholder cooperatives with priority for women's groups for better representativeness and leadership in managing post-harvest losses and improving value chain opportunities, particularly in the field of food products.

a) Institutional and technical capacity building of 500 police and gendarmerie officials on the protection of women and girls in the humanitarian context of armed and unarmed conflict.

b) Production and dissemination of 1200 communication tools on GBV.

c) Holistic support of 1,200 women survivors of GBV and implementation of 6 gender desks.

d) Sensitization of 27,600 people on GBV.

e) 10,000 marginalized women and young women access and benefit from high quality educational content, material and learning pathways.

f) 800 Women and girls in affected areas have increased access to integrated services and protection against gender-based violence (GBV).

g) 120 Women’s leadership and engagement is increased in community mobilization, social cohesion and decision making.

a) 150 communes have been granted the status of End of Open Defecation (ODF).

b) 70 health facilities have access to safe basic sanitation services (including equipment for hand washing with soap and water).

c) About 108,000 (2.7%) of the population uses drinking water services.

d) Youth who were directly exposed to acts of grave violence, in particular girls, ex-associates/hostages of non-state armed groups and members of vigilante committees, are well prepared and mentally equipped for their reintegration into their communities.

e)1200 young people, including young girls in particular are empowered by community leaders and families to play an active role in peace and security as well as gender equity promoters in preventing violence.

g) Capacity building of youth, children, women and communities in peacebuilding and community and cross-border dialogues. i) Capacity building and social mobilization for human security and resilience.

262,400 affected children (girls and boys) are equipped with early school and early learning kits.

4,813 teachers working in emergency areas have enhanced teaching skills integrating psychosocial support.

15,300 school-aged children and adolescents from affected areas return to school after a break or are newly enrolled.

200 communities (or around 10,000 individuals) are sensitized to enable them to make informed decisions about their migratory journey; Thematic: Raising awareness on the risks and dangers of irregular migration, the possibilities for safe migration and opportunities for success in Cameroon.



2,000 returned Cameroonian migrants benefit:

- psychosocial support.

- facilitated access to education.

- facilitated access to health services are supported in their economic and social reintegration.

800 former Boko Haram associates benefit from the Far North Disengagement, Disassociation, Reintegration and Reconciliation Program

Fishery production in the area of ​​Lake Chad (Blangoua) is improved. The technical and material capacities of households for cereal production, market gardening and fish farming are reinforced. Household food resources are valued (nutrition education).

a) 1000 Women and girls GBV Survivors are empowered and provided with new sources of income and economic opportunities.

b) Promoting 30 quick impact projects for the economic empowerment of 500 cases of GBV.

c) 500 marginalized women and young women benefit from increased employment, livelihood and entrepreneurial opportunities.

Strengthen the education sector to develop a gender-sensitive strategy, emergency preparedness and response, and resilience.

* Implement home fortification in 28 health districts for 50,000 children aged 6-23 months in the 4 regions

* Ensure the promotion of IYCF and sensitize at least 100,000 families on infant and young child feeding practices in the 4 regions

* Provide bi-annual vitamin A supplementation with deworming for at least 2,000,000 children under 5 in the 4 regions (Vitamin A: children 6-59 months; Deworming: children 12-59 months)