Over 7000 Trees Planted To Rebuild Lebialem Landscapes

[one_third][/one_third] Some 2388 seeds of Leucaena, 2895 seeds of Acacia, and about 2021 seeds of Prunus Africana making a total of over 7000 tree seeds have been planted in six schools in the chief town of Lebialem division, Menji as part of efforts to rebuild the environment which has suffered land degradation in recent times. … Read more

Agroforestry Breathes New Life Into Degraded Soils

[one_third][/one_third] Some 80 percent of Cameroonians depend on destructive agricultural practices for the bulk of their food. The poor farming methods (shifting cultivation, clearing and burning) often kill soil organisms and subsequently reduce their fertility and capacity to produce healthy crops. Farming matters became challenging when human population increased and the amount of land available … Read more

ERuDeF Donates Books To Tofala Schools

[one_third][/one_third] Over 68 textbooks currently used in the Cameroon’s syllabus have been distributed to two schools in communities in Wabane Sub Dvision in the Lebialem Division, adjacent to the proposed Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary. The donation is part of the largesse of ERuDeF’s newly created Environmental Education Fund. This donation ceremony which took place on … Read more

Creation of Proposed Mak-Betchou Sanctuary Lashes Out Livelihood And Economic Benefits To Communities

[one_third][/one_third] Communities around the proposed Mak betchou Chimpanzee Sanctuary have been reaping some livelihood and economic benefits since the creation process started. Since the kick off of the creation process, some locals who were formerly involved in hunting have been recruited as biomonitors to collect data on wildlife species and others work in the capacity … Read more

Mt Cameroon Enriched With 10.000 More Threatened Trees

[one_third][/one_third] Just a few weeks after 10.000 threatened trees were planted in the Bakingili Community Forest in the Mt Cameroon area, 10000 more of the threatened trees have been planted out in another community forest in the area. Recently, Foresters working for the Program Conservation of Threatened Trees at ERuDeF in collaboration with local government … Read more

FFI’s Support to Tofala is long-term – Alison Mollon

[one_third][/one_third] The West Africa Program Manager for UK Charity, Fauna and Flora International (FFI), Alison Mollon, has said her organization’s support towards the proposed Tofala Hills Wildlife Sanctuary and other projects of the Cameroon NGO Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) is long-term. She was speaking on Sunday, August 3rd 2014, during a meeting to … Read more