The Cameroonian model of decentralisation will come under discussion during the 8th international summit of United Cities and Local Governments of Africa dubbed Africities.
The summit which open in Marrakesh, Morrocco today, is taking place under theme , “The transition to sustainable cities and territories: The role of African local and regional authorities “.
Cameroon’s delegation led by Minister of decentralization and Local Development, Georges Elanga Obam is already in Marrakesh to actively take part in the summit.
According to reports the summit will run from 20 to 24 November. Africities is the United Cities and Local Governments of Africa’s flagship pan-African event that is held every three years in one of the five regions of Africa. The Summit will gather communities and local authorities in African countries, as well as financial institutions, civil society groups and development partners at continental and international level.