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    CCAM in Benin
    28.06.2018 CCAM, General - DAAD Brendan Proctor

    On the third of December 2017, Professor Frederic Kalala, the Chair of Congolese German Center of Microfinance, told the students of M2 Microfinance that they would be traveling to Benin for the annual excursion.  At first, the students were excited for the opportunity that the DAAD gave them to have such a trip.  But Professor […]

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    CCAM Alumni Meeting: It was a family reunion
    13.02.2018 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    “It is more than a meeting, it is a family reunion” said Professor Bakengela Shamba, the Director of the Congolose German Center of Microfinance. For the first time ever, the CCAM assembled one hundred thirty alumni. Nevertheless, this number was nothing compared to the ambiance felt on whatsapp (“rencontre alumni group”). On that day, more […]

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    Emotional intelligence: a tool to increase the performance of the entrepreneur in DR Congo
    06.12.2017 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    Many people were shocked when the Harvard business review in 2016 has listed the most to least empathetic companies in the world, no surprise that Facebook was the first on the list. As the world will always remember Mark Zuckerberg issuing a statement on his Facebook account about the fatal police shooting of Philando Castileb […]

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    CHREA – the fruit of Congolese German Center of Microfinance
    31.05.2017 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    Three CCAM alumni have created a successful consulting firm. Christian Eanga, Dave Mobhe and Christopher Mukoka decided not to seek for a job but build their own wealth. They were confident with the knowledge gained during their time at the Congolese German Center of Microfinance. CHREA Strategy was created in September 2016, only two months […]

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    Employee theft within Small Businesses in Kinshasa, DR Congo – By Michael Kongo
    29.11.2016 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    Growing up in a business family where almost everyone was an entrepreneur such as father, mother, uncle, brother in law and even neighbors. What seemed to be a family thing in one of the small town in the Republic of Congo was in fact, one of the greatest activities in the world. According to some […]

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    Admission at CCAM Part II: 35 new candidates for the CCAM
    17.10.2016 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    Last week was an intense week for the German Congolese Center of Microfinance. The 45 students who performed the best in the admission test were invited to an interview. Within three days the students were interviewed by the panel (Prof. Frederic Kalala, Prof. Patrick Bakengela, Silja Bellinger, Franck Mulamba) and evaluated by their performance, motivation […]

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    Admission at CCAM Part I
    04.10.2016 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    122 candidates showed up at the Congolese German center of Microfinance to write their admission tests. Only 35 of them will be selected. The tension was high as the team of the CCAM were guiding them to the venue. Next week, the best will be invited to individual interviews. Only 12 will get the bursary […]

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    A great performance of the students of the Congolese-German center of Microfinance!
    03.08.2016 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    Once again the students of the Congolese-German center of Microfinance have well performed in the final, in total 75% was graduated at the 30th of July 2016 and the best moment was when the Rector of University has called the best student Alain Tamela, one of our student from Cameroun, he was the one who […]

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    CCAM in the spotlight
    03.08.2016 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    Journée “Acces au Financement“ The Congolese-German of center of Microfinance was once again in the spotlight when hosting the sixth edition of « acces au financement in DR Congo» on the 25th of June 2016 at Université Protestante au Congo. This forum has gathered 450 entrepreneurs and many others banks  and institutions of microfinance. Professor Patrick Bakengela […]

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    Experience of a scholarship holder
    11.07.2016 CCAM Brendan Proctor

    My coming at the Congolese-German Center of Microfinance (CCAM) was with great pleasure and anguish. Certainly at the beginning nothing has been easy because we were getting pressure from everywhere (the abundance of tutorials, seminars, projects writing, quiz…) in short, many things to do at the same time but day after days we had been […]

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