National School of Local Administration
The Bedrock of local development
M. TANYITIKU BAYEE
The DG of NASLA informs the public that the deadline for applications has been extended to 15 July 2023...
International colloquium: "Crisis management in Cameroon in a context of decentralisation
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Appel à candidatures à la Formation Continue 2023 / Call for Applications NASLA
The Head of State, known and appreciated by his compatriots for his considerable ability to listen to them, is fully aware that accelerating decentralisation constitutes a strong expectation among the people in order to achieve shared social progress.
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Madam ONGOLO Lidwine
Directeur Général Adjoint
THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATION : THE BEDROCK OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT
|THE NATIONAL SCHOOL OF LOCAL ADMINISTRATION : THE BEDROCK OF LOCAL DEVELOPMENT|
In order to meet the needs in terms of quantity and quality of human resources in our Regional and Local Authorities (RLAs) and thus foster the implementation of decentralisation public policy, the Head of State, through a Decree of 2 March 2020, created the National School of Local Administration (NASLA), a specific institution, capable of training and upgrading various categories of local administration staff.
Within the framework of the establishment of this Institution, there are plans to rehabilitate and extend its infrastructure. At the pedagogic level, NASLA intends to emphasise and make distance learning more operational, especially for In-service and Specific Training. To this end, a digital platform which will serve as an additional tool to support the training of decentralisation actors is being developed.
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