• 1 Wams Takes Over Music Airwaves With New Release - JeauneArtiste
  • 2 Government To Create Another Protected Area In Southwest Cameroon
  • 3 Farmers ‘Fence Off’ Cattle Herders
  • 4 Bangem Communities Pick Prunus Domestication Skills
  • 5 UK Insurance Company Facilitates ERuDeF’s Conservation Efforts
  • 6 Nyango, World’s Only Cross River Gorilla In Captivity
  • 7 Kumba-Mamfe Axis: Safe Route For Smugglers
  • 8 Pig Farmers Learn Modern Breeding Techniques
  • 9 ERuDeF’s Tofala Projects Thrill French Eco-tourists
  • Wams Takes Over Music Airwaves With New Release - JeauneArtiste

      The 2017 CamerGreen first runner up, Wams (Mr Klassic), is back at it again. Just like his previous hits that elevated him to the pinnacle of music in Cameroon, Wams, a journalist turned musician, has just released a new video clip. The video clip of his much-awaited hit single,
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  • Government To Create Another Protected Area In Southwest Cameroon

     

    Proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary

    Cameroon Government through the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife (MINFOF), has officially declared her intention to move the proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary in the Lebialem Division, Southwest Cameroon, into a protected area. This information was made known through a Public Notice issued early February, 2017.
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  • Farmers ‘Fence Off’ Cattle Herders

    Farmers in Menoua Division, West Region, have discovered a new way to fight the age-long problem with cattle rearers. They have embarked on planting agro-forestry species in the life fencing technology introduced to them by the Cameroon Program of US Charity Trees for the Future.

    By Payong Marquise

    Sonkeng Albert,

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  • Bangem Communities Pick Prunus Domestication Skills

    Over 4.000 tons of Prunus africana barks are exported from Africa every year for pharmaceutical purposes.   Prunus barks are used to treat prostate enlargement, which is a urinary disorder common in old men. Locally, people use Prunus barks and leaves to cure stomachaches, chest pains, heartburn, fever and sexually

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  • UK Insurance Company Facilitates ERuDeF’s Conservation Efforts

    Lancashire Insurance Company, a UK-based firm, has granted financial support to ERuDeF to support the running of its different operations such as reforestation, education and communication.

    By R. F Leke

    Funds granted to ERuDeF have helped advance awareness on environmental issues through press conferences bringing together journalists from different media

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  • Nyango, World’s Only Cross River Gorilla In Captivity

    They wanted to eat her but she was too small. So they sold her off.

    By Regina F. Leke

    The Cross River gorilla was rescued by an American missionary family from hunters more than two decades ago in Mamfe in the South West Region. They named her ‘Nyango’, and now

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  • Kumba-Mamfe Axis: Safe Route For Smugglers

    The bad road has stimulated corruption and bribery to incredible levels. Smugglers profit, government loses revenue and travelers voyage in agony.

    By Azore Opio

    The devastated National Highway No 8 that runs from Kumba in Meme Division to Mamfe in Manyu Division offers smugglers and transporters a safe route to

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  • Pig Farmers Learn Modern Breeding Techniques

    Some 70 pig farmers in the South West Region recently learnt modern breeding techniques that would ensure improved production.

    By Azore Opio

    The farmers learnt the modern techniques at a workshop organised in Buea by FAAFNET (Forestry, Agriculture and Fishery Network) in collaboration with Big Dutchman, a German pig equipment-manufacturing

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  • ERuDeF’s Tofala Projects Thrill French Eco-tourists

    Eight French eco-tourists from Maisons du Monde NGO were recently thrilled by the enormity of ERuDeF’s projects in the Tofala area, Lebialem Division, South West Region.

    By Bertrand Shancho Ndimuh

    “I am really impressed by the good work ERuDeF is doing in this area to help conserve the rainforest and

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  • Community-Based Reporters Drive Conservation Advocacy To Grassroots

    Some 30 reporters drawn from media organs across different communities of the Northwest and Southwest Regions, have strengthened their resolve, to drive biodiversity conservation advocacy to the grassroots. Yanick Fonki Ndeley Inspired by a 3
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  • SOS: Cameroon Mangroves Cry for Help!

    Mangroves of the Rio Del Rey Estuary, which constitutes about 10% of West African mangroves and half of Cameroon’s mangroves, have been beaten so painfully that it is now crying for help. The mangroves of
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  • Scientific Reports For Proposed Mount

    Manengouba Herpetological Sanctuary Validated The Technical Note for the Proposed Mount Manengouba Herpetological Sanctuary has been validated. The document which officially seeks government’s permission for the creation of the protected area, was approved, January 16,
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