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Cameroon to impart training for clothing sector
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Jul '18
Courtesy: Alex Andrews from Pexels
Courtesy: Alex Andrews from Pexels
The Central African country of Cameroon will impart vocational training and certify instructors to develop skills for employment in the country’s textile, clothing and fashion industry. South Korea, Switzerland and Turkey will provide technical and financial assistance for the project aimed at developing textile and clothing base in the country.

At present, local manufacturing caters to mere one per cent of the domestic clothing market, according to a report in a Cameroonian daily.

The agreement for imparting vocational training in Cameroon was signed last month by the country’s ministry of employment and vocational training and the Cameroonian Association of Textiles, Clothing and Fashion Professionals.

The training should boost the local use of raw materials and result in a dynamic market, said association president Loga Mahop, according to the report. (RKS)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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