New National Coordinator for Cameroon

Date: 9th November 2010

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WSSCC is pleased to welcome its newest National Coordinator, Ms. Salomé Onana Bene, of Cameroon. Ms. Onana Bene has a legal background and is currently an educator at an elementary school specializing in education related to water, sanitation and hygiene. She is also the Resident Director of CREPA Cameroon. “I am very pleased that WSSCC trusted me to take on such an important position,” said Ms. Onana Bene. “I look forward to collaborating more closely with the Secretariat and pursing the organization’s mission of water supply, sanitation and hygiene for all, in Cameroon.” Welcome to WSSCC, Salomé Onana Bene!

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