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Communities Development and outreach

CIMENCAM, close to local communities

 

CIMENCAM is known in Cameroon for its contribution to building better cities and its balanced geographical presence. She takes advantage to play its role as a corporate citizen and actor committed to the social well-being.

 

As we are facing a competition increasingly fierce, it is our duty to promote the engagement of CIMENCAM as in contributing to build the Cameroon as improving the living conditions of communities.

FAQ 1 : World Environment Day in 2010 in Figuil

The desertification of the North and Far North regions of the country is the Government of central concern and solutions embodied in the Green Sahel Project relaunched in 2008. In 2010, CIMENCAM displays its social responsibility by engaging in reforestation the city of Figuil ese and surrounding area. In partnership with WWF, 2000 400 fruit trees and 1600 forest planted in the city by employees, local authorities, population and neighboring villages Bidgar I & II, and Biou Bidzar.


FAQ 2 : Rehabilitation of mangrove wood signs in 2012

 

Cameroon is the African country with the largest mangrove area in the world. This ecosystem has gradually destroyed by the people who use it as firewood or building material.

 

In Cameroon, the protection of this natural habitat is placed at the center of government concerns.

 

The Ministry of Environment and Nature Protection, concerned about the destruction of the ecosystem, placed the World Environment Day under the sign of reforestation Cameroonian coast.


FAQ 3 : Collection & Recycling of waste plastics

Soil pollution and streets in Cameroon by the bags and plastic bottles become a real environment issue.

To the point that the Cameroon government decides to prohibit its use in shops from April 2014.

 

In Figuil, GIC AJELPOD chose to clean the city from this source of visible and unsightly pollution.

Since 2009 the youth of this association collect and recycle these wastes traditional way to turn them into stones.


FAQ 4 : Backfilling roads Bonabéri

 

CIMENCAM's employees were mobilized to restore the roads in a nearby neighborhood of our crushing plant in Douala. They used the plant waste to strengthen these dirt roads, helping to improve the living conditions of the people


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