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ERuDeF Receives Best Environmental NGO Award

The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) has been crowned best environmental NGO for 2017. The leading conservation NGO received the award, Saturday February 17 2018, during the Guardian Post’s Annual Award. It took place at the Musango Beach Resort-Limbe. To the organisers, ERuDeF was awarded for championing environmental protection advocacy in and beyond Cameroon. […]

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First Draft Management Plan For Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Adopted

The Technical Committee charged with following up the elaboration of the Management Plan of the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, has adopted the first draft of the Management Plan dubbed ‘Draft Zero’. Ndimuh Shancho This draft was adopted last February 19, 2018 during the second technical committee meeting in Mbalmayo. Chaired by the Director of Wildlife […]

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Why Mt Nlonako Needs Urgent Gazettement

Mount Nlonako is a key melting pot for Cameroon’s exceptional herptofauna species. Located in the Littoral Region of Cameroon, this Mountain harbours over 93 amphibians’ species, 10 of which are endemic to the area. There are also 89 reptile species with three endemic to the Mountain and 267 bird species, four of which are also […]

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Author Calls For Sanity In Cameroon Media Landscape

One of Cameroon’s contemporary authors in journalism, Derick Nkeh Ndimuh, has made a passionate appeal for the restoration of sanity within the Cameroon media landscape. Speaking during the launch of his second book “Professional Journalism: Training and Practice in Cameroon” at Ayaba Hotel in Bamenda recently, Mr. Ndimuh called on quarks within media landscape to […]

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When Bush Burning Befits Practice

Bush burning is the act of setting forests, weeds and grasses in uncultivated farmlands on fire. Sometimes weeds or grasses cleared from farms are gathered haphazardly and burnt. Most farmers engage in this practice as a way of clearing their farms in preparation for planting. Most times when I travel within the Southwest Region, I […]

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