NATIONAL ASSOCIATION SINCE July 1994
326 organizations supported
03 completed projects
Inades-Formation Cameroun started its actions in 1970 with the opening, in Douala, of the Establishment Office, under the coordination of Father Gonzague Danbricourt. He obtained official recognition in 1972.
In 1973 and 1976, the Antennas of Maroua and Bamenda were respectively opened. In September 1978, the National Directorate was created in Yaoundé and Douala became an Antenna, until 1989 when it closed its doors.
On July 20, 1994, the National Association Inades-Formation Cameroun was recorded on the baptismal font and was registered in 1995 under the receipt N ° 00192 / ROA / J06 / BAPP of May 1995. An agreement relating to the Headquarters of Inades-Formation Cameroun was signed in July 1995 between Inades-Formation International and the Republic of Cameroun.
It was also during the 1994-1995 financial year that the organs of the Association (Board of Directors, General Assembly, Antenna Council) were set up and became operational. From 2006, the partner farmer organizations of Inades-Formation Cameroun began to be associated with the reflections in the Antenna Councils.
In 2010, Inades-Formation Cameroun celebrated its 40th anniversary.
Inades-formation Cameroun authorities
1. The General Assembly
The General Assembly is the supreme organ of the association. It determines the general orientations of the activity of the Association and the objectives to be pursued.
2. The Executive Committee
The Executive Committee has the most extensive powers on behalf of the National Association in matters of administration. In particular, it has the powers of:
- Appoint the Director of the National Office and submit it to the approval of the President of the International Association
- Ensure the application of the decisions of the General Assembly;
- Approve the action plan;
- Approve the Annual Work Plan (PTA) and the corresponding budget;
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3. The Supervisory Board
The Supervisory Board has the following missions, among others:
- Monitor the achievement of the Association’s corporate purpose;
- Periodically monitor the Association’s expenses and suggest ways and means of optimizing the budget for overheads;
- Follow the management of the association by the Executive Committee and offer advice for improvement if necessary;
- Ensure the preservation of heritage;
- Ensure compliance with legal and regulatory requirements as well as the decisions of the bodies.