Category Archives: Wildlife

Kumba Cautioned Against Unsustainable Activities At Lake Barombi

The population of Kumba, Meme Division of Southwest Cameroon, have been reprimanded to shun activities that contribute to the depletion of Lake Barombi. Southwest Regional Delegates of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development, Tourism and Leisure and Arts and Culture made the call, Monday May 22, 2017, while celebrating the 25th world biodiversity day. […]

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Kimbi Fungom National Park, Prospective Category 1 Protected Area

After evolving from Fungom Native Authority Forest Reserve in 1932 and Kimbi River Game Reserve in 1964, this biodiversity hotspot, which was last February 2015 christened the        Kimbi-Fungom National Park is en route to becoming a Category 1 protected area. By B. Shancho Ndimuh Created as category 2 protected area with a surface of 95,380, […]

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Exigent Actions Needed To Save Frogs in Cameroon

The President and Chief Executive Officer of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), Louis Nkembi, has underscored the need for drastic actions to be taken to save frog species in Cameroon. By Yanick Fonki & Melvis Takang Speaking Saturday April 29, 2017, on the occasion of the 9th edition of the World Amphibians Day, […]

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FCFA 1.5 Billion Allotted for Bakossi Bayang-Mbo, Lebialem Landscape TOU Management

The sum of FCFA1.5billion ($3 million) has been approved for the development of a Technical Operation Unit (TOU) for the Bakossi Bayang-Mbo Lebialem Landscape. The Global Environment Facilities (GEF) made the declaration, March 30, 2017 during the launching ceremony of the Sustainable Farming and Critical Habitat Conservation to achieve biodiversity mainstreaming and protected areas management […]

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Njoagwi, Essoh-Attah Approve Proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary Creation!

From Njoagwi, to Essoh-Attah, the excitement, steam, and message were the same as inhabitants of the two main Fondoms adjacent to the proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary massively mobilised themselves behind government for the classification of their forest into a protected area. This effervescence culminated in the writing of a motion of support by the inhabitants […]

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