Organisation

MACEFCOOP is made up of 12 sections and 3 areas, each covering a number of village communities. The sections and areas are as follows:

Because of the large area of operation, the need to ease administration and the need to bring the society closer to its members and involve them in the running of the Society, the area of operations is split into 12 Sections which are equivalent to primary societies.

The cooperative sections are:

Nchemti, Mbang, Tinto, Eyang, Nkockenock, Kendem, Akagbe (in Upper Bayang Subdivision NOTE: A Subdivision is also known as an Arrondissement (Francaphone))

Ntai, Mamfé/Akwaya in Mamfé Central Subdivision; and

Ejagham, Ndi Obang and Nchemti Obang in Eyumojock Subdivision.

The society intends to create Sections in the Bamboubou and Bantakpa.

 

SECTIONS

Nchemti Section in Upper Bayang Sub Division.

Mbang Section in Upper Bayang Sub Division.

Tinto Section in Upper Bayang Sub Division.

Eyang Section in Upper Bnyang Sub Division.

Nkockenock Section in Upper Bayang Sub Division.

Kendem Section in Upper Bayang Sub Division.

Akagbe Section in Upper Bayang Sub Division.

Ntai Section in Mamfé Central Sub Division.

Mamfé/Akwaya Section in Mamfé Central Sub Division.

Ejagham Section in Eyumojock Sub Division.

Ndi Obang Section in Eyumojock Sub Division.

Nchemti Obang Section in Eyumojock Sub Division.

AREAS

Bamboubou Area in Wabane Sub Division.

Eyumojock Area in Eyumojock Sub Division.

Bantapka Area in Akwaya Sub Division.

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MACEFCOOP Area

The area of activity of MACEFCOOP, following the liberalisation of the coffee and cocoa sector in 1992, covers the entire formal enlarged Manyu division. This includes all 4 Subdivisions of the current Manyu Division, together with the Wabane Subdivision of Lebialem. Lebialem Division, or Department, split from Manyu in 1998 as part of an administrative reorganisation that saw Kupe-Manenguba Division (to the south east of Manyu) separate out from Meme.