After receiving the maximum recognition of Jethro – the Martin Luther King Award – Mr. Awad takes on the National Board of Civil Diplomacy Jethro in Senegal, Côte d’Ivoire, and the Arabian Gulf.
Mr. Chamas Awad is an independent economic expert (diplomatic adviser) of Soul of Europe in Africa and the Middle East.
The Civil Diplomat also attended the Social-Economic Journeys Belgium-Cameroon at Liège, Belgium. The meeting addressed relevant topics: migration, youth employment, food security, local economic growth, service delivery infrastructure, and housing.
Jethro Civil Diplomat Chamas Awad spoke about the social and economic relations between the countries, projects for integrating recent graduates in European companies, and the training of young entrepreneurs. There was also a proposal to develop projects with percentages of 5 to 10% of income for humanitarian work in education and health.
The project to set up a vaccine factory in partnership with a world-renowned company and the government of Côte d’Ivoire is still under development.
Over the years, these meetings will improve the quality of life for the Cameroonian population and facilitate the access by municipalities to solar panels, waste management, and professional training.
The Minister Plenipotentiary of Cameroon Mr. Olivier Tazo attended the meeting, also Mrs. Christie Morreale Vice-President of the Walloon Government, Minister of Employment, Training, Health, Social Action, and Social Economy, Equal Opportunities and Women’s Rights in Belgium, Women’s Leadership in Cameroon, and local elected representatives in Cameroon and the Province of Liège.
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