Covid-19 in Cameroon:call from civil society for better management of the pandemicNational observatory of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Scaling of the participatory budget in CameroonExchanges of initialers of the Convention between PNG and ASSOAL
Strengthening citizen participation in monitoring public policiesThe National Governance Program and ASSOAL join hands
The Book’s Lovers Association "ASSOAL" created in 1998 by students, to sensitize the inhabitants of various districts of Yaoundé to reading, is an organization of Cameroonian civil society within the meaning of Law N ° 99/014 of 22 December 1999. In 2002, ASSOAL refocused as a social organization supporting local development actors and processes, and therefore adopted a second name in 2006, parallel to the first, namely "Solidarity Support Actions to Organizations and Support for Liberties”. Since August 2009, this Organization has had special consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) ...
Ce programme englobe les projets sur la décentralisation et le developpement local.
Ce programme est un emsemble de projets sur le droit au logement, droit aà la ville...