Trees for the Future Holds Press Conference to disclose 2014 Plan of Action

[one_third][/one_third]The Cameroon Program of US Charity, Trees for the Future has held a press conference to disclose its route map for 2014. The press conference took place on March 28, 2014 in Buea. In a presentation, the Country Assistant, Neba Kingsly took the press down memory lane on how the program started in 2007 and … Read more

3.5 million Leguminous Tree Seeds for Cameroon’s Farmers’ Fields

[one_third][/one_third]Farmers across the Cameroon mountains spanning the Northwest, Southwest, Littoral and West Regions of Cameroon have received over 3.5million leguminous trees seeds including Acacia, leucaena, calandra plus fruiting trees and medicinal trees to continuously improve the quality of their soil, improve yields and diversify income. The seeds were donated by the Cameroon Program of US … Read more

Trees for the Future Cameroon Welcomes New Peace Corps Volunteer

[one_third][/one_third]The Cameroon Program of US Charity Trees for the Future has welcome on board a US Peace Corps to support in her mission of improving livelihoods of local farmers and restoring degraded land through agroforestry and reforestation. Ms Lauren Jessup, joined Trees for the Future Cameroon in March 2014. The 23 year old who hails … Read more

Kupe Muanenguba Gets Network of Agroforestry Farmers

Bangem town in Bangem Sub-division of Kupe Muanenguba Division hosted the meeting that brought together four farmers CIGs namely; Ekambeng Young Farmers , Ndap Asale Young Farmers of Mboku, Struggling Hands of Bangem town and the Young Farmers of Ekaku. The meeting started with sensitization on the responsibilities of a network by the Trees for … Read more

ERuDeF Unveils 2014 Agenda To The Media

[one_third][/one_third] The Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) on March 29, in Buea, in the presence of some pressmen and women, alongside members of its Board of Trustees, unveiled her 2014 plan of action. Addressing a team of media men and women at the Press Conference, the President/CEO of ERuDeF Louis Nkembi presented the route … Read more

ERuDeF’s Alternative Livelihood Scales Up Around Mak-Betchou

[one_third][/one_third] The alternative livelihood support to villages around the proposed Mak-Betchou area in the Lebialem Highlands has been scaling up in the last years. This finding was made during a recent visit by the President/CEO of ERuDeF Louis Nkembi accompanied by a Representative from the French Fund for Global Environment (FFEM), Silvia Ritossa. ERuDeF with … Read more

Fons Sensitized on Creation of Proposed Mak-Betchou Chimpanzee Sanctuary

[one_third][/one_third] Fons of villages surrounding the proposed Mak-Betchou Chimpanzee Sanctuary have been sensitized on the need to protect the Mak-Betchou forest. The sensitization took place from February 8-13, 2014 when a team made up of the Divisional Delegate of Forestry and Wildlife for Lebialem, Mboui Jacques, Chief of Wildlife for Lebialem, Njimin Thomas Amin, Chief … Read more

ERuDeF Commemorates International Women’s Day

[one_third][/one_third] The women of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) on March 8, 2014 joined their counterparts world over to commemorate the 2014 edition of the International Women’s Day. The women used the day to raise awareness on biodiversity conservation to thousands of onlookers in Buea, SW Cameroon during the march past through banners, … Read more