Category Archives: Editorial

Gov’t’s Response To Natural Disasters;

More Reactive than Proactive? Last Friday August 4, 2017, the people of Essoh-Attah in the Lebialem Division, Southwest Cameroon were going by their daily activities when they observed the ‘earth moving’ accompanied by a flood. The flood made its way down to Abuebue, destroying houses along the way, burying Chief Fuakalem and consuming part of […]

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Government Lauds ERuDeF Media Group For Promoting Tourism

Cameroon’s Minister of State, Minister of Tourism and Leisure, Bello Bouba Maigari has congratulated the ERuDeF Media Group on her efforts in valorising the Country’s eco-touristic potentials. Shancho Ndimuh In a letter acknowledging receipt of some three publications (ERuDeF Impact Magazine, The Green Vision Newspaper and The Cameroon Biodiversity Newsletter) of the Media Group dated […]

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Anecdote: Kumba, Green City Indeed

My grandmother’s story about the work of sanitary workers back in the days has become monotonous. But what can I do about it when this story surfaces each time she comes across a pool of stagnant water or a pile of dirt, which is unfortunately common place in my community. Walking along the streets of […]

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Illegal Wildlife Trade increasing with increasing fight!

Last Monday October 24, 2016, Some 123 elephant tusks and 350Kg of Pangolin scales were intercepted at the Tiko Warf by the South West Regional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife on transit to the international market. Though no information was gotten as to where the tusks of these totally protected wildlife species were coming from […]

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Illegal Wildlife Trade increasing with increasing fight!

Last Monday October 24, 2016, Some 123 elephant tusks and 350Kg of Pangolin scales were intercepted at the Tiko Warf by the South West Regional Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife on transit to the international market. Though no information was gotten as to where the tusks of these totally protected wildlife species were coming from […]

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