Volunteer with ERuDeF and Help save Cross River Gorillas

The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) is proud to announce the recruitment of its 2014 Volunteers to take part in the Cross River Gorilla and other great apes Expedition in the Lebialem Highlands SW Cameroon. Since 2008, ERuDeF has recruited over 300 Volunteers from different parts of the globe. These volunteers have visited the … Read more

Palm Oil Mills Helping Conservation Efforts in the Lebialem Highlands

[one_third][/one_third] Over 200 families have benefited from the semi-industrial palm oil mills installed by the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) as an alternative source of livelihood to support conservation in the forest areas of the Lebialem Highlands. The oil mills have helped the local people to save significant amount of time and energy that … Read more

Lea Nature supports ERuDeF reforestation program in Magha Community(Bamumbu Village)

15000 TREES TO RESTORE MAGHA VILLAGE DEGRADED LANDSCAPE [one_half][/one_half]French Charity Lea Nature has granted the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) 3000 Euros to kick off the pilot phase of the reforestation of the degraded landscapes of Magha Community (Bamumbu Village) in SW Cameroon, by planting about 15000 trees. The decision was made known on … Read more

Mak-Betchou Forest Block In State Of Deforestation

[one_third][/one_third]The biodiversity hotspot Mak-Betchou forest block located in the Lebialem Highlands of South West Cameroon is facing an unprecedented deforestation by the adjacent local populations. Large areas of the forest are cleared for cocoa, coffee and palm plantations. This anthropogenic activity has tremendous effect on the biodiversity of the Mak-Betchou Forest Block. Deforestation it would … Read more