The sub-regional center for telecommunications maintenance in Central Africa

(UDEAC),which mandated its Secretary-General to carry out studies for the implementation of this project, which was adopted And taken into account by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in 1985. The headquarters of the Center was established in Yaoundé by the decision of the Council of Heads of State and Government of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) in April 1991, confirmed by the Intergovernmental Agreement of Bangui in July 2000, Ministers in charge of Posts and Telecommunications.
 This project was born in a context of state monopoly in the telecommunications sector, in most countries of the subregion. The framework evolved with the liberation of the sector and the development of information and communication technologies.
The main objective of the project is to create a real platform for the development of telecommunications and ICT technologies, focusing on the following main points:
- the promotion of skills clusters and ICT sectors (animation and development of the ICT cluster, prospecting and support for ICT companies in relation to the National Employment Fund or the Ministry of Labour, etc.); - facilitating and networking skills (resource center, technology watch and animation, participation in technological networks, promotion of competitiveness and skills clusters, etc.);
- support for business creation (support for project developers and entrepreneurs, by providing them with a network of skills to get off to a good start, equipped offices and other means, interfaces between the organizations in the sector and the promoters Projects for the creation of innovative activities, participation and implementation of actions to promote business creation, etc.);
- promotion of software development and tic applications (solutions to business problems, etc.). The site will be built on an area of 26,710 m2.