Cameroon – Event: The 1st edition of the Pan-African Project Management Conference postponed until May 2017

Written by Deckson N.

The Cameroonian consultancy Prescriptor announced in an official statement, that “due to the circumstances of various kinds, and in order to ensure its optimal performance, the 1st Edition of the Pan-African Project Management Conference, scheduled for 2 to 4 November 2016, is extended from 24 to 26 May 2017 at the Yaounde Congress Hall”, the Cameroonian capital.

Organized under the theme “accelerating economic transformation of Africa by project management,” the conference, according to Mr. Babissakana, CEO of Prescriptor, is to “fill gradually, but at an accelerated pace, the technological backwardness of Africa in project management, in line with the successful implementation of the Agenda 2063 of the African Union, designed to achieve the vision of Pan-Africanism and African renaissance “.

Specifically, we learn during this gathering, “the best project management technologies, internationally recognized, will be the subject of multiple exchanges, for their acquisition and ownership by stakeholders of the African continent “.

Through this conference, which “aims to become a model and transfer of technology acquisition in Africa by 2020,” its promoters hope to bridge the technology gap observed in the conduct of projects in Africa.

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