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Marie-Joseph Medzeme Engama

Director of Programs and Cooperation, PROPAC

Biography

Marie Joseph Medzeme Engama is a socio-anthropologist and specialist in value chains, rural development and climate change. Founder and President of the association of young women involved in development, Association des jeunes femmes actrices du développement, since September 2017 she has been director of programs and cooperation at PROPAC.

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In Cameroon, chefs and farmers have little direct contact, so they fail to tap into the potential benefits that closer ties could bring. Hotels and restaurants often have to rely on imported food, or turn to other service providers and suppliers because chefs struggle to find a reliable source of local high-quality produce. In addition, authorities have seemed so far unwilling to do much about it.

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  1. Oct 29

    EDD 2017: Investing in Women Entrepreneurs

    Enabling women’s economic participation for sustainable growth and rural development.Women’s economic empowerment is a prerequisite for sustainable development and inclusive growth, as described in the UN Sustainable Development Goals 5 and 8. Gender responsive policies, services and business ecosystems are crucial to enable the development and scaling up of female-…
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