Upper Bayang Communities Pledge to Create Two New Community Forests

[one_third][/one_third]Some nine communities in Upper Bayang, Manyu Divisionof Southwest Cameroon have unanimously agreed to create two community forests in the area. They made the agreement recently in Kendem village, Upper Bayang, in the presence of government officials and well-wishers. The nine communities include Bakumba, Ayukaba, Chinda,Numba, Kendem, Bokwa, Etoko, Egbemo and Tafu. These communities are, … Read more

Communities Within Lebialem Highlands Schooled to Adopt Environmental Friendly Actions.

[one_third][/one_third]Communities adjacent to the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Tofala-Mone East Corridor Rainforest Community Conservation Project, have been sensitised on the importance of protecting the environment in the face of increasing global threat from climate change. The Manager of the Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Programme at the Environment and … Read more

Community Engagement, Instrumental in Mapping Forest Resources in SW Cameroon

[one_third][/one_third]Today, it becomes more than important to integrate communities in the management of forest resources. Communities living within forest areas, are meticulous in acquiring deep knowledge of where they live; the dense forest milieu. In spite of this mastery of the forest environment, the communities of Woteva in Fako Division, and Tinto, and Akwen / … Read more

“Plant Trees for Better Educational Performance,” Schools in West and Littoral Cameroon Told

[one_third][/one_third]Pupils and students of Haut-Kam and Moungo Divisions in the West and Littoral Regions of Cameroon have been advised to make tree planting a culture. “When you plant trees around your school campus, you will have more oxygen on campus that contribute in increasing your level of understanding in class” Mm Junie Chamjou, the Environment … Read more

ERuDeF, Revitalising Agroforestry Farmers’ Network in Cameroon

[one_third][/one_third] Farming groups across the 15 divisions where the Environment and Rural Development foundation (ERuDeF) is carrying out agroforestry activities have been called upon to reconstitute themselves and revitalise the Agroforestry Farmers Network created in 2010. This call was made by Regional Coordinators of the Department of Agroforestry and Agricultural Development at ERuDeF during a … Read more

Sixteen SW Farming Groups Integrated Into ERuDeF’s Agroforestry Programme

[one_third][/one_third] Some16 new farming groups made up of over 70 farmers have been integrated into the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF)’s Southwest Cameroon Agroforestry Programme. They were accepted into the agroforestry family during a regional tour across Meme, Fako, Kupe Muanenguba and Lebialem Divisions of Southwest Cameroon paid recently by the ERuDeF Agroforestry Team. … Read more

Nkongho-Mbo Women Laud “Nkongho-Mbo Women Cooperative Society” Creation

[one_third][/one_third] Women residing in and around the Nkongho-Mbo Area in Nguti Sub-Division, Kupe Muanenguba Division of Southwest Cameroon, have welcomed the initiative to create acooperativein their area. They accepted the initiative recently during a sensitisation and mobilisation outing by the Conservation Finance Officer of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), Mr Njang Quddus. The … Read more

Eco- Guards in Tofala Upgrades Skills on Use of Forest Surveillance, Patrol Equipment

[one_third][/one_third]Nine government Eco-Guards and local Rangers of the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary have improved their capacity on the use of Global positioning System (GPS), cyber trackers and camera traps in patrol and forest surveillance. The training which took place in the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary recently, was based on collecting and recording wildlife, poaching and … Read more

Creation of Proposed Muanenguba Integral Ecological Reserve:

TECHNICAL TEAM COMMENCES WITH SURVEY REPORTS [one_third][/one_third]A technical note incorporating a detailed socio-economic and livelihood prioritisation, biological and geographical surveys and historical facts of Mt Muanenguba will soon be established. This was the outcome of a technical meeting held at the Delegation of Forestry and Wildlife, Moungo Division, Littoral of Cameroon, Thursday April 6, 2017. … Read more