D.S. Nadine Yolande1 , B. Tjombe1
1Institute of Geological and Mining Research (IRGM), Yaoundé, Cameroon
Cameroon has adopted the CTBT, fully ratified in February 2006 and by the way, a Radionuclide Station and a National Data Center have been established during the period 2006-2007. Since 2008, the cooperation is strengthened in the field of human resources development, and equipment providing in regard to help the government to fulfill its role and responsibilities on behalf of the treaty. One of the responsibilities of each state signatory is to develop capabilities in order to assist it detect clandestine nuclear explosion tests and to use the IMS data, the IDC products or other CTBT relevant information for research, training, increasing public awareness, application in civil and scientific purposes. For this, the NDC was strengthen with the support of he CTBT capacity building, the e-learning training courses who can be attended at any time and the workshops. Cameroon, like several other African countries has benefited several training capacity building and workshops to enhance the exchange knowledge and ideas between the CTBT and the broader scientific community. The internal training sessions were organized and a new consideration or apprehension are established with university, professional, rural or local organizations and government in a very benefit manner for CTBT and for Cameroon.