Generally Cameroonian educational system more oriented towards theory. The are no skilled manpower; Vocation training institutes lack training equipment and high unemployment rates and no perspective for young people embarking on illegal immigration. The project to expand the Technology and Innovation Centre is in line with the sustainable development objectives:
provide inclusive, equitable and quality education and opportunities promote lifelong learning for all. Sustainable, inclusive and inclusive economic growth, productive employment and social cohesion to promote full employment and decent work for all. Build resilient infrastructure, inclusive and sustainable promote industrialization and support innovation. The Technology and Innovation Centre was founded in June 2018 through the participation of the association Nakupenda e.V. in cooperation with the Malangue College High School (local partner) in the city of Douala, Cameroon. The training courses offered relate to the field: 1- Agriculture and Livestock 2- Renewable Energies 3- Security and biometrics 4- Digital technologies In its present form, the technology center has trained around 35 young people from the Central African sub-region (Cameroonians, Chadians, Equatorial Guineans, etc.).
The present expansion project will make it possible to equip itself for 200 young people by 2022. It also intends to participate, through its innovation center (research), in the identification and dissemination of new and innovative solutions to promote better use of local resources. This approach will help to tackle youth problems such as poverty, illegal immigration and unemployment and make economic progress and technology.