Category Archives: Forestry

ERuDeF Women Advocate For Female International Conservation Network

ERuDeF female staff ahead of this year’s Women’s Day raised their voices in favour of an international network to guarantee the wellbeing of women involved in conservation and environmental protection. This was one of several resolutions taken at a symposium on March 7, 2016 at the conference hall of the ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and […]

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PPI3 Satisfied With Sponsored Livelihood Projects In Mak-Betchou

One of the hurdles in environmental conservation is the livelihood of communities living adjacent to protected areas. Suppressing them from exploiting the natural environment for their survival in the name of conservation is often confrontational, hence the need to provide them with alternative sources of livelihoods in order to dissuade them from foraging in protected […]

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Deng Deng National Park First New Management Plan Adopted

By Anu Nkeze Paul The first management plan for Deng Deng National Park located near Lom Pangar Dam in the East Region was adopted on December 29, 2015. The management plan is expected to run for the next four years. Ten Ministries, the indigenous population and local administrative authorities adopted the management plan during a […]

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BOBEEFAG Trains Beekeepers Of The Future

The Bonakanda-Bova Bee Farmers Common Initiative Group (BOBEEFAG) February 12-13, 2016 trained over thirty people in the skill of beekeeping. The training took place at the premises of BOBEEFAG at Bonakanda in Buea, Southwest Region, drawing more than the 30 participants initially invited. The participants learnt how to colonize bees and manage beehives to maximize […]

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Mexican Volunteer: Cameroon’s Rainforest Is Safe For Conservation Expeditions

Hello, my name is Ana Paula de la Garza. I’m from Mexico City in Mexico. I have always wanted to do something valuable with my life; to do something for our planet; to contribute to the conservation of endangered animal species in Africa because if we don’t do that now, we will not have them […]

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