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Cocoa and Coffee Inter-professional Board: New Executive Secretary Installed
Cocoa and Coffee Inter-professional Board: New Executive Secretary Installed

The Minister’s demand for the need of quality, traceable and durable products in Cameroon’s Cocoa and coffee sectors on the market are as a result of the international demand and the importance these crops play in Cameroon’s economy. The European Union that buys over 80% of Cameroon’s cocoa have set laid down rules to henceforth bar entry of cocoa which do not abide to the draft norms of quality, traceability and durability.

Meanwhile, transformations of local products with respect to the policy of industrialisation and the emergence of our economy by 2035 have been prescribed by H.E Paul Biya. Holland and Germany on their part, have announced 2025 deadline for the restriction of the importation of non-certified cocoa. This will serve as an eye opener to local producers whom as of now transform ¼ of both crops locally.

The cocoa and coffee sectors production have witnessed a direct immersion of more than six hundred thousand families, and an estimated six million people derive their benefit from cocoa and coffee Economy. Annual revenues are estimated at 100billion CFAF.

Published : May 11, 2012
Ministerial Team
MBARGA ATANGANA
Luc magloire MBARGA ATANGANA
The Minister of Trade
NKOUABVOUMA
Jules Martin NKOUABVOUMA
Inspector No.1
MOUSSA SANWARD
MOUSSA SANWARD
Inspector No.2
BASSILEKIN III
Achile BASSILEKIN III
The Secretary-General
KOA
Jacqueline KOA
The Inspector General
BOUBA AOUSSINE
BOUBA AOUSSINE
Technical Adviser No.1
JACKAI
Derrick Mosima JACKAI
Technical Adviser No.2
TEMFOMO
Adija TEMFOMO
Project Planning and Statistics Division Head
MBARGA BIHINA
Valentin MBARGA BIHINA
Internal Trade Director
MOTOMBY
Joseph ndumbe MOTOMBY
External Trade Director
TSEGUI
David TSEGUI
Metrology, Quality and Price Director
ABESSOLO MONEFONG
Martin Charles ABESSOLO MONEFONG
National Fraud Prevention and Elimination Brigade
ZANGA NDJINANG
Nicanor ZANGA NDJINANG
General Affairs Director
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