Saving the Amphibians of Mount Nlonako in Littoral-Cameroon

[one_half][/one_half]Mt. Nlonako is found in the Littoral Region of Cameroon and is located between 4°49’-4°56’N and from 9°56’-10°01’E encompassing approximately 15,000 ha (Herman et al). The western and northern flanks face the town of Nkongsamba, and the busy road between Douala and Bamenda. The slopes on this side are heavily cultivated with the forest destroyed … Read more

More Traditional Authorities Endorse Creation of Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary

[one_third][/one_third]Traditional rulers from Fontem, Essoh –Attah and Njoagwi adjacent to the proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife sanctuary have okayed the gazzettement of the forest block into what will be called the Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary. This was the outcome of a meeting, Friday February 12, 2016 at the Conference Hall of the Treasury Department Lebialem division in Menji. … Read more

‘Network of Women in Conservation, Indispensible in Conserving Cameroon’s Biodiversity’

[one_third][/one_third]Female staff of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) have said the creation of a network of women in conservation in Cameroon is very crucial for environmental protection, the conservation of forest resources, and in catering for women involved in conservation efforts. They made this expression, March 7, 2016, in a symposium on “the … Read more

GOD FORGIVES MAN BUT NATURE DOESN’T

[one_third][/one_third]God created everything good and beautiful and handed over to man including a wife; the “Natural Environment”. Man has decided to mal-handle this lovely wife of his; battering and destroying her beauty but God being so merciful, has always forgiven man, giving him the chances to repent that is change his attitude towards his wife, … Read more

Buea Farming Groups See ‘Gains’ in Agro forestry Farming Systems

[one_third][/one_third]Some Mile 14-Buea farming groups have expressed interest in integrating the agro forestry farming system into their farmlands for better yields at the end of the farming season. By Chamdjou Junie This motivation came at the end of a one week training workshop on the concept of agro forestry, agro forestry nursery establishment, seed types … Read more

School garden, generating Income for GBHS Fontem Environmental Club

[one_third][/one_third]Huckle-berry, sweet herbs and cabbage vegetables are some of the outputs from the school garden, which are sold for the financing of GBHS Fontem Environmental Club activities. Speaking at the end of a two day workshop on ‘’ Empowering Environmental Club coordinators for the Sustainable Management of School Clubs’’, which took place recently at the … Read more

Conservation Education: LEEA Promise to Intensify Conservation Efforts

[one_third][/one_third]Members of the Lebialem Environmental Education Association (LEEA) have promised to be more enthusiastic in conservation campaigns in their respective communities By Samuel Ngueping This new passion was stirred up during a three day workshop on “Empowering Environmental Club Coordinators for the Sustainable Management of School Clubs’’, organized by the Environment and Rural Development Foundation … Read more

Toilet Construction Underway For Better Hygiene and Sanitation In G. S Banti

[one_third][/one_third]“This toilet construction project is a timely solution to the sanitary problem that had plagued the pupils of my school in the past years, who have resorted to using streams and surrounding bushes as toilets increasing the rate of malaria, typhoid and hepatitis amongst my pupils,” says Menkem Sylvester Zah, head teacher of G.S Banti. … Read more

IOs Get Better Understanding Of DRYAD Project Implementation in Cameroon

[one_third][/one_third] Some four Implementing Organizations (IOs) of the World Agro Forestry Centre (ICRAF) Dryad project in Cameroon have expressed full understanding of the implementation process of the Dryad project in Cameroon. By Sheron Endah At the end of a five-day Training on Community Forest Enterprises (CEF) management in Yaounde organised last February by ICRAF, the … Read more

‘Miracle Agroforestry Tree’ Puts Smile On Farmers’ Faces In Buea

[one_third][/one_third]In 2015, Trees Cameroon distributed over 350,000 tree species of Acacia, Leucaena, Calliandra, Prunus and Moringa to farmers in the Southwest, Northwest, West and Littoral Regions. By Payong Prudence Ayuk Rudolf, ERuDeF’s Trees Cameroon agroforestry field technician for Fako Division, was one of the recipients of the Moringa seedlings. Ayuk has been working with Trees … Read more