Forty imams of the Central Region received in recent weeks introductory courses in computer skills at the Centre d’excellence technologique Paul Biya of the Institut africain d’informatique (IAI-Cameroun). On the menu of this training, the use of text processing software, using the Excel spreadsheet, but also the design of invoices and calculating the tax on value added tax.
This training comes within the framework of an agreement signed between the Council of Imams and Muslim dignitaries from Cameroon (Cidimuc) and IAI-Cameroon. An agreement announced earlier this year by Armand Claude Abanda, Resident Representative of IAI Cameroon. It was during the beginning of the academic year of the institution.
Besides the training of Imams in the use of computers, members of the Muslim community should be integrated into the project “MIJEF 2035“, a project launched by the IAI-Cameroon, which aims to train one million women, youth and children in ICT by 2035. the project MIJEF 2035 will be launched in collaboration with ATOS, and with the support of Samsung, BULL, the Bolloré group and the Siemens group.