PCC to sign MoU with CCMN; Launches second phase of the Peace Journalism Project

Members of the Cameroon Community Media Network- CCMN, in the Centre Region have been briefed and enlightened about the second phase of the Peace Journalism and Conflict Transformation Project to be carried out by the Peace Office of the Presbyterian Church, PCC in collaboration with some international partners. This was during a network meeting that held on Saturday 18 July 2020 at the PC Nsimeyong Parish.

Speaking while presenting the project details to the members, the National Coordinator of the PCC Peace Office, Rev Nta William Nche, explained that the project aims at helping to de-escalate the ongoing crisis rocking several regions of the country.

He disclosed that the project will to last two years will begin span May 2020 – May 2022.

Rev Nta equally underscored the benefits of the project to media men and women who make up the network, adding that within this period, they will intensively be trained on Peace Journalism and Conflict Transformation.

This he noted will change the narrative of the peace building process nationwide.

He enjoined all and sundry to be committed in their different domains as members in order to see the realisation of the project.

Rev Nta while explaining the relationship between the PCC and the CCMN clarified that a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU will soon be signed to spell out the roles of each organ and its level of intervention.

He recommended team work and collaboration between the CCMN Centre Coordinator, Moma Sandrine and the newly appointed Project Manager for the Centre and Northern Regions, Rv. Uso Theresia.

The network meeting that brought together both old and new members of CCMN Centre had over twenty-four persons in attendance.

By Doh Bertrand

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