Employment experts from Argentina have said unemployment is a forest of complexities and is easily overcomed when two heads are put together. The three-man delegation led by Jose Luis Robinson met with Cameroon’s Minister of Employment and Vocational Training, Zacharie Perevet, on October 30, 2015 in Yaounde to present findings of their two-week stay in Cameroon.
In view of putting in place three pilot employment centres in councils with the partnership of Argentina, the experts from the country, after meeting with government and council officials in the Centre and Littoral Regions, suggested that Cameroon needs not to copy their example, but rather share them. The delegation while appreciating the evident signs of development with small businesses anounding and construction work on first-generation projects, stressed that government was supposed to put stress on promoting the art of personal contact and approach for meaningful job search.
They explained that decentralisation was challenging embracing it in its entirety was prerequisite for offering more jobs. The experts are in the next two years expected to come up with a manual that will promote employment in Cameroon. Minister Zacharie Perevet signed an agreement with the delegation from Argentina, allowing them to produce employment handbooks for Cameroon.