The Cameroonian and Chinese governments recently signed a framework agreement for the financing of a digital interconnection project of state universities, for an amount of 75 billion CFA francs. The information was released by the Minister of Higher Education, Jacques Fame Ndongo, to officials of the Chinese company Sichuang Communication Telecom Construction Company.
According to Zhao Dhezi, the head of the Chinese delegation received at the Ministry of Higher Education, the implementation of this project will allow, for example, a teacher who is in his office at the ministry, to deliver his course from this office, to his students in one of the amphitheatres of one of the country’s state universities.
According to the Chinese side, this project called “e-National Higher Education Network”, which consists of “the networking of Cameroonian universities, aims to align Cameroon with the standards of international digital education”.
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