(Business in Cameroon) - The 36th annual general assembly of Shelter Afrique ended on 9 July 2017, in Zimbabwe, with the reelection of the Cameroonian Jean Paul Missi to the position of Chairman of the Board of this institution specialised in the support of affordable housing construction programmes on the African continent.
Jean Paul Missi is the Managing Director of Crédit Foncier of Cameroon, a public institution which acts as the building society in the country. He will once again serve on the Shelter Afrique board of directors for a period of three years.
Pour rappel, constitué de 44 Etats-membres, Shelter Afrique a été créé en 1982 avec le soutien de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD), avec pour objectif principal de contribuer à la promotion du financement du secteur de l’immobilier et de l’habitat en Afrique.
As a reminder, owned by 44 member states, Shelter Afrique was created in 1982 with the support of the African Development Bank (AfDB), with the main objective being to contribute to the financing of the real estate and housing sector in Africa.