Cameroon has signed an agreement with Korea Eximbank for Economic Development Fund (EDCF) worth some FCFA 28.7 billion for the construction and renovation of health units in the country.
According to the convention the sum will caution the FCFA 42 billion needed to equip theGarouaReference Hospital which has a capacity of 292 beds.
The convention further stipulates that heath facilities within the three northern regions will be renovated in 42 months to meet the growing need of the population faced with security challenges.
Korea will also see the establishment of an e-procurement system,the erection of the National Laboratory for Mining,Construction and equipment of theNational Emergency Centrein Yaounde.
It is worth mentioning that,Korea participated in the construction and fixing of equipment in three Vocational Training Centres of Excellence in Douala,Limbe and Sangmelima.