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Nyandong Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
A village development plan (VDP) is a document that outlines development processes prepared bya village to mobilize potentials and allocate resources. The goal is to move a village from itspresent situation to a desired one in an orderly and acceptable manner within a given timeframe. Itcreates a suitable environment for investors and resource users.

The planning process for Nyandong VDP took 8 days during which several participatory meetings were held including familiarization talks with the Chiefs and a public dialogue meeting that saw the formation and later training of the VPT. The process ended with a strategic planning workshop where Village Assessment was done and a Vision developed for the community. The VDP discloses the historical and geographical settings of the villages. It highlights population distribution including livelihood activities (farming, livestock rearing, hunting, tapping and the gathering of non-timber forest products) of the villagers. Their spending habits are made available in relation to their expenditures…

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Lower Mbo Clan Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A Village Development Plan (VDP) is a document that enhances the capacity of village
communities to mobilize and efficiently use their potentials in order to guide their development
processes. It aims at creating an enabling environment for investors, resources users and resource managers to secure the future of the village within a given timeframe.
The planning process for Lower Mbo (VDP) started on the 8th of February 2009 with the Pre-
Planning Meeting. This was followed by a Public Dialogue where a Village Planning Team
(VPT) was formed and trained. An Assessment of the village and a Strategic Planning Workshop
completed the planning process. The VDP was developed in the context in which the village
communities are the committed owners.
Lower Mbo Clan is made up of nine villages (Elumba, Etawang, Ehunyampe, Etodi, Nzoa,
Kamalumpe, Ekwenzo, Tabongkwa and Tangang) and has a combined population of about 5.000
inhabitants (56% women) who are of Mbo ethnic group. The clan is one of nine clans that
constitute Nguti Municipality. It has several potentials that can reinforce development
opportunities. These potentials include: …

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Tent-Asome communities Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A Village Development Plan (VDP) is a document prepared by a village or community with the
help of resource persons. The VDP elaborates the steps necessary to move a village from its present state to a more desired one through participatory development.

The elaboration process of the VDP for Tent-Asome communities started with a sensitization
meeting that took place at the Tent-Asome community hall in the presence the Chiefs and their
Councilors. This was followed by a public dialogue meeting during which a Village Planning Team
(VPT) was formed. They were trained and then conducted a village assessment, strategic planning
and vision building for the communities…

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Nongomadiba Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A village development plan (VDP) is a document that outlines development processes prepared by a village to mobilize potentials and allocate resources. The goal is to move a village from its present situation to a desired one in an orderly and acceptable manner within a given timeframe. It creates a suitable environment for investors and resource users.

Nongomadiba village is located within Nguti Subdivision of Kupe Muanenguba Division of the South West Region. The VDP process of the village involved a pre-planning meeting with the Chief and his notables which was followed by a public dialogue meeting. During this meeting a Village Planning Team (VPT) was constituted and trained. The process was concluded with a strategic planning workshop where the village assessment was conducted and the community vision developed…

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Epen, Boka and Jandu Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A Village Development Plan (VDP) is a document that enhances development processes. It is prepared by a village with the help of facilitators and can be used to mobilize village potentials, capacities and available resources. This development plan aims at moving this village from its present situation to a more desirable one by a given timeframe.

This VDP is a result of participatory planning processes which started with the sensitization of the Chiefs and later brought together development actors from Epen, Boka and Jandu communities in a public dialogue meeting. A VPT was constituted and trained on data collection and project monitoring. An assessment of the villages was done and a strategic planning workshop took place during which a vision for the communities was elaborated. A few priority projects that could foster the development of the area were identified…

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Ekanjoh-Bajoh Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The essence of a Village Development Plan (VDP) is to enhance the capacity of the community through mobilizing and efficiently using their natural, economic and human resources for improved development. The VDP creates an enabling environment for investors, resource users and managers to secure the future of a community.

The VDP process for Ekanjoh-Bajoh started with a sensitization and familiarization meeting on the 20th of January 2009. A public dialogue meeting was held the next day where the overall planning process was clearly explained to the villagers. A Village Planning Team (VPT) was formed during this meeting and thereafter trained. Assessment of general community problems was done with the active participation of the VPT and Focus groups. The process ended with a strategic planning workshop…

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Banyu Clan Village Development Plan

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A Village Development Plan (VDP) is a document produced by a village with the help of external resource persons (facilitators). It elaborates the necessary steps that can help guide development within a community.

Banyu Clan is located in Nguti sub division in Kupe- Muanenguba division of the South West Region of Cameroon. From available records, the population of Banyu clan is about 3,480 persons (53% females) who belong to the Mbo ethnic group. The ratio of females to males is proportionate 1:1. The population break down is such that there are about 48% of children, 43% adults and 9% senior citizens.

The most pressing problems identified within this clan include:

  • No Communication Network
  • No Road or Bridges
  • No Community Hall
  • Absence of Electricity
  • Absence of Pipe borne Water
  • Pest and Epidemic Attack on Plant
  • No good Market Structure
  • Absence of Secondary Education
  • No Basic Healthcare Facility
  • Absence of Recreational Facilities

Despite these huge challenges the clan in blessed with huge unexploited land and forest resource which can be harnessed for commercial agriculture. There are also water bodies including waterfalls that can turn turbines and produce hydro electricity. The population is committed and willing to make valuable contributions toward the realization of development initiatives. A participatory process as witnessed during the elaboration of the VDP was a first of its kind for the population and promises to jump start their collective views toward their development…

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Monographic Study Nguti Council, June 2009

PREFACE

The Monographic Study of Nguti Municipality was realized thanks to a coordinated effort between Nguti Council, Traditional Authorities, Government Technical Services, Development Actors in Nguti and the Programme for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources (PSMNR) South West Region which provided financial and technical support.

As Local Councils are increasingly being required to play a greater role in providing basic services to their constituencies, it is timely for Nguti Council to document the existing situation of all aspects of life within the municipality. This Monographic Study will serve the purposes of Strategic as well as Operational planning that will result in improved and balanced service delivery to the residents of all nine clans that constitute the municipality…

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Nguti Strategic Plan 2009

PREFACE

The Nguti Strategic Plan (2010-2014) has been realized thanks to the timely efforts of several development actors who were constantly solicited to make valuable contributions collectively and individually. These include but are not limited to

  1. The Management  of Nguti Council, Councilors and Staff
  2. Heads of Government Technical Services in Nguti Municipality
  3. Traditional Authorities
  4. Leaders of Women and Youth Groups
  5. Faith Based  and other Civil Society Organizations
  6. Several Technical Services at the Regional level that were consulted to secure and triangulate information

Furthermore, sincere gratitude is extended to the PSMNR-SWR whose financial and technical support facilitated the accomplishment of this groundbreaking exercise in the history of Nguti Municipality. Our Municipality is indeed indebted to all of you. Your timely contributions have enabled the realization of this roadmap that will guide development processes in Nguti Municipality several years into the future…

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