ERuDeF Institute DIPLOMA COURSES APPLICATION FORM Confidential Please type this form or complete it using block capital letters. Please read guidance notes before completing this application 1. Which course are you applying for? Please tick appropriate box and specify year of course Summer Rainforest Conservation School year: ERuDeF Professional Certification Programme year: Fundraising for Future … Read more

Voluntering Opportunity at ERuDeF

POSITION: ARCHIVIST JOB DESCRIPTION Programme: Administration and Finance Position: Archivist Grade: Volunteer Location: Buea Fako Division, Reporting to: Director of Administration and Human Resources Key contacts: ERuDeF Team and Trees for the future team across all the offices Probation: N/A Other information: 45-hour working week I. Purpose of position: The archivist is an important position … Read more

Trees for the Future Establishes 5000 capacity Moringa plantations in SW Cameroon

[one_third][/one_third]US Charity Trees for the Future has through its Cameroon Program set up three plantations comprising of 5000 capacity Moringa Oleifera plant at the Mile 14-Dibamba, Maumu and Ekambeng communities in the South West Region of Cameroon. At Mile 14, a 1000 capacity plantation was set up under the care of the Field Extension agent … Read more

Farmers Adopt Reforestation to Fight Cattle Rearers

[one_third][/one_third]Farmers in the Menoua Division, Western Region of Cameroon have discovered a new way to fight the age long problem of cattle rearers through the planting of agroforestry species in the life fencing technology introduced to them by the Cameroon Program of US Charity Trees for the Future. A farmer in Batsenjla Village in Menoua … Read more

ERuDeF Collects Over 250 Seeds Of Threatened Lophira Alata Plant

[one_half][/one_half]A team of Foresters from the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) have collected over 240 seeds of the threatened Lophira alata tree from the Lilale and the Likoko forests in the Mt Cameroon area. The seeds collected in April 2014 have been nursed in ERuDeF’s central nursery located in Buea. The collection of these … Read more

EIBiNS Trainees Learn Agro-forestry At IRAD

[one_half][/one_half] Trainees from the ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and Non-Profit Studies (EIBiNS) have picked some knowledge about agroforestry systems and different agroforestry tree species at the Institute of Research and Agricultural Development (IRAD) Ekona, Southwest Region. Course Delegate, Ms Neba Grace led the trainees recently. Expert in agroforestry, Samalang Patrick took the team to observe … Read more

Illegal Exploiter of Endangered Microberlinia bisulcata (Zingana) Caught

[one_half][/one_half] Authorities of the Southwest Regional Brigade of the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife have recently intercepted the transportation of over 1400 pieces of sawn Microbelinia bisulcata which were headed for Douala by an illegal exploiter, Tsafack who possessed neither authorization nor exploitation permit. Chief Ngoh James of Dikome Balondo village said the Forestry chief … Read more

Volunteer Shares Thrilling Rainforest Experience

[one_half][/one_half] I am Anna Murphy from Scotland. The two-week volunteering experience with ERuDeF has indeed been full of surprises, all memorable, and one in particular absolutely magical! I was warmly welcomed into Cameroon by brightly smiling Bertrand, whose gentlemanly nature I immediately appreciated as he demanded to carry my heavy backpack immediately bombarding me with … Read more

ERuDeF Sets Up 20.000 Capacity NTFP Community Nursery in Nkong

[one_third][/one_third] With the support of French Charity Man and Nature, the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) has set up a 20.000 capacity Non-Timber Forest Products(NTFPs) community nursery in Nkong, one of the seven villages bordering the proposed Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary. The nursery comprises of economically beneficial trees including bush mango, bitter kola, njangsang, … Read more

Mak-Betchou Forest Mapped Out

[one_third][/one_third] The proposed Mak-Betchou Chimpanzee Sanctuary has been mapped out by a team which composed of the Divisional Delegate of Forestry and Wildlife for Lebialem, Mboui Jacques, Chief of Forestry and Wildlife Post for Fontem, Ngnitchiba Gah Edrissou, SW Regional GIS officer in MINFOF Buea (Bakia Achakap), Regional Chief of Wildlife and Protected Areas (Nono … Read more