Category Archives: Cameroon

Enhancing Forest Resources Management In Cameroon

The Forest, Environment Sectoral Programme (PSFE) under French debt relief programme (C2D) project has donated equipment worth over 50 million francs CFA to two Regional Delegations of the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife (MINFOF), and the Forestry Training Centre under the University of Dschang. The PSFE project objective is to enhance new integrated and sustainable […]

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Cameroon Can Stop Persecution of Human Rights Defenders

The subject of the relationship of the Cameroonian human rights defender to the status quo is both delicate and risky. Delicate because few people want to discuss it and even fewer authorities may want to talk about it. Risky because if you dare speak honestly on the subject, some people may hear what you did […]

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Echinops giganteus Project Begins To Pay Off

The Echinops giganteus Project which kicked off through a grant award from the UNDP/GEF Small Grant Project in December 2014 has started showing signs of sustainability in the Magha-Bamumbu community of Lebialem Division. By Kenmene Lea Alida The project, which aims at ensuring sustainable management of biodiversity of Mount Bamboutos through the promotion of fair […]

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Revamp Local Conservation Groups To Protect Mount Kupe Ecosystem Reserve

There is urgent need to revamp conservation groups in the Proposed Mount Kupe Integral Ecological Reserve in the Southwest and Littoral Regions of Cameroon. By Messape Derrick The fragile ecosystem of the Mount Kupe area is home to the Bakossi and Manehas communities, providing them with food, water, medicine, building materials as well as being […]

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HYSACAM Feels Frustrated In Buea

Buea’s residents had been facing a serious problem with their domestic waste until 2010, when the Buea Council came to their rescue and contracted HYSACAM to pick the municipality’s refuse. The town, which had progressed from a spotless locality to a filth-ridden headquarters of a Division, began to look like renovated. Ironically, the refuse problem […]

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