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This project will involve promoting the concepts of democracy, participation and governance among minorities (young people, women and people with disabilities) in order to better involve them in the implementation of public policies at the grassroots level. The project that will be implemented finds its full justification in our country, Cameroon, where young people lose their bearings and women remain essentially vulnerable because of their non-involvement, among other things, in democracy and citizenship issues. The use of social networks and digital platforms will not only train and educate beneficiaries in a wider space, but also encourage their participation and put in place a survey system that will provide opportunity to assess and to monitor the management by the local executives of the budgets allocated to them.

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Creation date: 1954

The Bangangté Subdivision was created in 1930 by the Order of the High Commissioner of Overseas France. After independence, the Subdivision became Department of Ndé by Decree No. 61 of February 3, 1961. The Municipality of Bangangté was created as an administrative unit under the Order No. 807 of November 29, 1954. It was established as an administrative unit. At the time extended over the territory of the Bangangté Subdivision, covering the current Ndé Department.


Since May 2021, Mr. NIAT Éric Aimé is mayor of the commune of Banganté. he is accompanied by Mr. NYANGANG Robert, 1st Deputy Mayor, Mr. TCHOUMI Jean Lambert the 2nd and NYA Robenson and KEPNANG KOUAKAM Epse NANA Marie Antoinette respectively the 3rd and 4th


At the time of the 2013 census, the town had 63,595 inhabitants, including 86,219 for Bangangté Ville. The population of the locality is recorded by ORSTOM for 1970 and 1976 and by the administrative account 2013.


The city is located at an altitude of 1340 m on the national road 4, 49 km south of the regional capital of Bafoussam, and 249 km north-west of the capital Yaoundé (place du 20 mai) via Obala. The urban space is drained by the Ngam river, a tributary of the right bank of the Noun. The town extends on the right bank of the Noun river which separates it from Massangam. It is exactly situated between coucils of Djebem, Bayangam in the North, North-East with Foumbot, Massangam at the East and Tonga on South East side, South with Bassamba, South West with Bazou, West with Bangangté council, and finaly North-East with Bangou.



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