At 8:30 AM 22/4/96, Michael Epah wrote:
>Dr Eberhard Lisse wrote:
>> Well thought out packages, like ours will help. All junior doctors *MUST* go for
>> two years to the periphery but they get carried one year on a peripheral
>> post while being trained in the central hospital, ...
>Something like that would be great for Cameroon too, but it would take a
>different Government to implement it. The present is ...
>By the way, your situation is much better than mine:
>You have access to the telefon network. 90% of Cameroon doesn't.
>I would be very happy if we hat what you have. If someone came to me today
>and promised to give me what you have, I would be very greatful.
>I wouldn't ask him to give me schools etc first !
You see. And I ask to give schools and teachers first. Should not
that make one think?
>Well I didn't expect them to buy me the computers too.
Oops. But where would they be coming form?
>I only want access to telecommunications networks. Internet and computers
> is only a part of it. The good thing about internet access is that, it
>makes sure I have access to telecom networks - like you do :-)
Indeed. But it is a second step only. I always thought that the colonial regime
gave us some infrastructure for a reason :-)-O. Without tar roads they could
not have moved their tanks to Angola, and you can only bug phones if you
have some :-)-O.
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