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Cameroonian start-up CDI Sarl launches “Chekche”, an app to find objects you have lost

Cameroonian start-up CDI Sarl launches “Chekche”, an app to find objects you have lost
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(Business in Cameroon) - Finding your ID card, passport or any other official document lost with a single click on your mobile phone or table. This is the solution offered by the application “Chekche” to its users, developed by Cameroonian start-up Communication Développement Innovation Sarl (CDI Sarl) headquartered in Douala, the economic capital of the country.

The development of this app is supported by telecoms company Orange Cameroun, who admitted CDI Sarl to its Orange Fab, initiative meant to support the development of local start-ups initiating innovating projects, to turn them into truly profitable and sustainable companies.

With “Chekche”, the start-up CDI Sarl positions itself as a direct competitor of Jetrouvtout.com, a platform to look for lost documents created by young Cameroonians, and which nowadays claims a database of over 900 lost documents waiting to be returned to their owners.


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