CATUC was privileged to host the first ever Pan-
Being a pilot initiative, participants were treated to two crucial presentations; the first,by Professor Paul NchojiNkwi, Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academics, covered a background on African educational designs and outcomes. The second, by Bernard NjohNiba, was on the PASEN Concept Framework. The debates that ensued raised a number of suggestions and some resolutions.
Participants after Workshop.
The participants resolved to establish PASEN Cameroon network with the aim of sharing knowledge on various societal, educational and environmental issues. To ensure continuity and sustainability, another meeting was scheduled to take place within three months on a date to be announced by Professor Paul N. Nkwi.
Funding for the workshop was provided by the Bamenda City Council. CATUC lives on with its ambition to promote resourceful oriented training in Cameroon and beyond.
Compiled by Fr. Peter A. Foleng, SD
Liaison Officer to the Vice Chancellor of CATUC