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
Month: November 2013
OVER 500 COPIES WITH ENVIRONMENTAL NEWS REACH RURAL PEOPLE [one_half][/one_half]Knowledge they say is power, power to transform a people and power to transform a society.
[one_third][/one_third]Lebialem Division in the SW might be known for its richness in biodiversity with the presence of some of the world’s rarest animal and plant
[one_third][/one_third]Western Cameroon, a densely populated region, is an example of many areas of Africa where the continued threat to the world’s land resource is compounded
[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
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
[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.