The network seeks to make a significant contribution to the transition from a Linear Economy to a Circular Economy which is healthier, more environmental friendly and profitable.
The Parliamentary Network for Circular Economy (PANCEC), was Presented to the press Thursday September 03, 2020 in Yaounde.
It was during a press conference granted by the Coordinator of the network, Hon. Ngala Gerard Ndombang.
Focus of the conference was to present the context that led to the creation of the network, including the vision and missions of the network.
Hon. Ngala Gerard Ndombang, during the conference presented the order from the president of the National Assembly which established the network Indicating that the Head Office is in Yaounde, Capital of the Republic of Cameroon.
The order was signed on Sept 03, 2020 by Hon. Cavaye Yeguie Djibril, with powers given to the president of the Executive Bureau of the network to call on any natural or legal person in an advisory capacity because of their competences.
The Parliamentary Network for Circular Economy in Cameroon, PANCEC, according to it’s National coordinator would work closely with councils and other institutions for the transition from Linear Economy to Circular Economy.
Responding to questions from journalists, Hon. Ngala Gerard reiterated the fact that the network will re-invent the Parliamentary and Government role in key sectors by prioritizing the environment and climate change, which to him affects the economy of the country.
For a smooth functioning and to achieve it’s goals, the network will make concrete proposals to policy makers, the government and the Head of State for the putting in place of an effective legislation on circular economy to organize and regulate the sector in Cameroon.