A partnership agreement has been signed between the Tor Vergata University of Rome and the Evangelical University of Cameroon.
The union was sealed on 1 October 2016. A framework agreement between the Evangelical University of Cameroon (UEC) and the Tor Vergata University of Rome, signed on the campus of the UEC in Bandjoun, in the Western. If on Cameroon’s side, the UEC was represented by Jean-Blaise Kenmogne, its rector, the Tor Vergata University, was represented by Ambassador Vittorio Colizzi, one of the leading researchers on HIV/AIDS in Europe.
La Nouvelle Expression (LNE) published on October 5, 2016 states that
“the framework agreement thus enables the Italian partner, get involved in the training of students enrolled in the biomedical sciences sector of the UEC. More concretely, after following some of their training in Cameroon, students can complete their studies in Italy or in other countries such as Belgium and Germany, in universities partners of the UEC “.
For Jean-Blaise Kenmogne,
“the agreement we have just signed with our Italian partner allows us to enter this dynamic of ethics, creativity and excellence. Creativity because we want to develop innovative processes that are not found elsewhere. We want to do so in the spirit of excellence and quality to be found elsewhere. Because young people think it is only in Europe that we can have better training. So we want to show we can provide excellent training and better, in a spirit of humanistic ethics, Christian ethics … “.
For his part, Vittorio Colizzi said:
“I hope I can bring to this activity, technology transfer, the example of the manufacture of drugs that will be enriched in Cameroon. I can not promise what is not available to me … “.