Category Archives: Conservation

ACF, ERuDeF Establish National Conservation Plan For Cameroon

The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), and the African Conservation Foundation (ACF) have approved a new national conservation programme for biodiversity management in Cameroon. In a strategic meeting held, Monday November 27 2017, the two organisations analysed conservation challenges in Cameroon, identified gaps, and mapped out conservation landscape in Cameroon. These landscapes include the […]

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MINEPDED SW Staff Enlightened on ABS Process in Cameroon Divisional Delegates, Regional Chief of Services and other staff of the Southwest Regional Delegation of the Ministry of Environment, Protection of Nature and Sustainable Development (MINEPDED) have been schooled on the Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) Initiative and their role in its implementation. Shancho Ndimuh These […]

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CDC Staff Thwarting Conservation in Mt. Cameroon Area?

Mount Cameroon, according the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), is the most diverse ecosystem in Cameroon harbouring over 9,000 species of plant with 160 endemic to this area. These species have over the years been subjected to a range of threats including logging, forest fires, subsistence and commercial agriculture expansion.  In a […]

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Tofala 3 Years After Gazettement; Challenges, Prospects

The Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary is three! It was created by a Prime Ministerial Decree Number 20145212 of September 29, 2014 for the conservation of some key bodiversity species.  It includes, 40 Cross River Gorilla, over 150 Nigerian Cameroon Chimpanzees, unknown population of Drills and other biodiversity species.The birth of this 8,087 (Eight thousand and […]

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Footprints of Social Business Activities In Lebialem Highlands Conservation Complex

Over 1000 families have benefited directly or indirectly from the livelihood supported projects of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) within the last couple of years. Shancho Ndimuh These benefits, according to the Manager of ERuDeF’s Social Business Division, Ignatius Njom, include petty business training, Training & support on apicultural farming, training & support […]

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