IV.1 – Responsibilities :
IV.1.1 – in relation with UPU :
- Representative of Cameroon to the CA (Chairman of the « Technical Cooperation and Postal Reform » Project Group), since November, 2008;
- Representative of Cameroon to the CA (member of the Strategic Planning Group, from 2004 to 2008;
- Chairman of the CA ad hoc Group “Governance issues”, (postal payment services), from 2007 to 2008;
- National Coordinator of Seoul Postal Strategy, Beijing Postal Strategy and Bucharest World Postal Strategy, from 1994 to 2008;
- Member of the Terminals Dues Action Group, spokesman of developing countries, from 1994 to 2004;
- Member of the management core of the ” Quality of Service Working Group ” of the POC, from 1994 to 1999, unique representative of Africa;
- National Director of the Multiannual Integrated Project (MIP) signed with UPU in 1994;
IV.1.2 – in relation with PAP :
- Chairman of the Administrative Council in 1997/1998, 1998/1999 and 2010/2011;
- Vice- Chairman of the Administrative Council in 1995/1996 and 1996/1997;
- Central African Representative to the Strategic Council (Chairman);
- Vice-chairman of the General Secretariat Management Committee, since 2006;
- Member of the Operational Quality of Service Team, “Task force”, (regional Coordinator for Central Africa), from 1997 to 2000;
- Member of the Postal Security Coordination in Africa’s Committee, from 1996 to 2000
IV.2 – Participations (on behalf of Cameroon) in various meetings and international conferences: UPU :
- Congress: Seoul (1994), Beijing(1999), Bucharest(2004, Head of Delegation) and Geneva (2008, Assistant Head of Delegation, Vice-chairman of Committee 3 of the Congress: « General Affairs and Structures of the Union »);
- CA & POC + technical Committees in Bern: since 1995 (at least twice a year);
- S.P.I. Symposium in Tokyo (1998); Tele post *98 in Washington (1998), Post Expo in Geneva (2001) and Brussels (2003);
- Strategic Conference: in Geneva (2002), Dubai (2006, Head of Delegation,) and Nairobi (2010, Head of Delegation );
- Conference on Postal Strategy: in Guangzhou (2009, Head of Delegation ) and Addis Ababa (2011, Head of Delegation )
- Special meeting of the Terminal Dues Action Group: in Ottawa (2003).
- Plenipotentiary Conference: in Lomé (1994), Maseru (1996), Abidjan (1996), Nairobi (1998), Abidjan (2000), Tunis (2004) and Cairo (2008 and 2009);
- Administrative Council: Lomé (1994), Lusaka (1995), Maseru (1996), Yaoundé (1997 and 2010), Tunis (1998 and 2004), Arusha (1999), Abidjan (2000), Mombasa (2003), Abuja (2005), Accra (2006), Cairo (2008 and 2009) and Addis Ababa (2011);
- Task Force: in Arusha (1998 and 1999).
- Council of Ministers in Yaoundé (1996 and 1997);
- Management Board in Douala (1994);
- Restructuring Commission in Yaoundé (1995 and 1996) and Libreville (1997).
COPTAC : Plenipotentiary Conference: in Yaoundé (2004, 2006) and Douala (2008 and 2009);
CCPA (Conference of Commonwealth Postal Administrations) : in Bridgetown, Barbados (1996), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (1998) and Kampala, Uganda (2010);
Chad – Cameroon mixed commission : in N’Djaména, Chad (1999).
IV.3 – Quality of Service Consultant (mail and express) to the following countries :
- On behalf of PAPU: Benin, Niger, Burkina Faso, Senegal and Togo (1996);
- On behalf of UPU: Burundi (1998), Chad (1999) and Gabon (2000).
IV.4 – Terminal dues Consultant :
- Consultant – proxy of PAPU: Terminal Dues round tables organized by ASPPU in Porto,
Portugal and APPU in Wellington, New Zealand (1998);
- Consultant – Presenter: Workshop on Terminal Dues in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea (2002) and African round Table on Terminal Dues in Yaoundé, Cameroon (2003);
- Initiator and writer of the African proposal :
- (1) « Cameroon Proposal », endorsed by PAPU in Nairobi 1998, that led to the creation of the Quality of Service Fund (QSF) by the 22nd UPU Congress in Beijing in 1999;
- (2) « PAPU Proposal » (further to Yaoundé round table in 2003), that highly contributed to the « convergence proposal » (consensus) adopted in the 23rd UPU Congress of in Bucharest, in October, 2004;
- As PAPU Consultant: contribution of PAPU for the development of the terms of the financial management of QSF.
- As Representative of Cameroon: member of QSF manual of procedures elaboration Committee
IV.5 – IPDP Expert (Integrated Postal Reform and Development Plan)
- Formulation of an IPDP in Rwanda, March, 2007;
- Support to the implementation of IPDP in some African countries (Congo Republic, Seychelles, Burundi, Togo, Chad, Lesotho, Mozambique, DRC, Benin): thanks to a part-time contract for 18 months (from May 2010 to October 2011):
- Member (elected) of a local Council in my native area, from 1987 to 2002;
OTHERS PERSONAL GAIN GATHERED:Very good knowledge of the issue of rural areas development and the way the postal sector can contribute to solve them.