Rainforest Trust Wraps Up Evaluation Visit to Cameroon

[one_third][/one_third]The Conservation Officer for Rainforest Trust, in charge of Africa and Madagascar, Sally Lahm (Ph.D.) has just wrapped up a 10-day visit to Cameroon restating her organisation’s commitment to continue assisting partner organisations in Cameroon and Africa handle challenges faced in executing conservation projects. Two years after her organisation approved a three-year funding for the … Read more

Brief Geography Of Proposed Bangwa-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary

[one_third][/one_third] The Proposed Bangwa-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary (BMWS) is located within Fontem Sub-Division and Nguti Sub-Division in Lebialem and Kupe-Muanenguba Divisions respectively, Southwest of Cameroon. The area is circumscribed under the Lebialem Highland Conservation Complex (LHCC), and has unique features due to its geography, cultural diversity and economic opportunities. This conservation complex is home to 60 … Read more

20 Farmers Schooled On Bare Root Creation In Nwasah Village, Lebialem

[one_third][/one_third] Some 20 farmers drawn from different quarters in Nwasah-Muametaw, Alou Sub Division, Lebialem Division, Southwest Cameroon, have been drilled on bare root creation. The one-day training exercise that took place at the village public-square and a nearby demonstration farm on April 7, 2018, was facilitated by the Lebialem Agroforestry Coordinator, at the Environment and … Read more

Protected Areas Creation, Alternative Livelihoods Provision; Key To Biodiversity Conservation

[one_third][/one_third] Protected areas (PAs) are the cornerstone of biodiversity conservation. They maintain key habitats, provide safe-haven for fauna and flora. PAs allow for species migration and movement, and also ensure the maintenance of natural processes across the landscape. Not only do PAs secure biodiversity conservation, they also secure the well-being of humanity. PA creation also … Read more

70 Farmers Schooled On Agroforestry Techniques

[one_third][/one_third]Some 70 farmers from Meme, Fako and Kupe Muanenguba divisions, Southwest Region of Cameroon, have strengthened their capacity on agroforestry techniques. The training that took place from April 2 to 14 2018, was facilitated by the Southwest Agroforestry Coordinator at the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), Adeline Tengem. It was during an inspection tour … Read more

Beneficiary Lauds ERuDeF’s Livelihoods Initiative In Tofala

[one_third][/one_third]Mr Tamgamin Hanny, 41, says ERuDeF’s Livelihoods initiative, has greatly transformed his economic situation for good. Haven received two piglets from ERuDeF in 2015, the farmer said, his pig farm has grown in leaps and bounds, transforming him from an ordinary hunter to business magnet. According to Pa Hanny, his commitment to his pig farm … Read more

(EDITORIAL) Budgeting: Life Wire To NGO Management

[one_third][/one_third]Budgeting is arguably one of the life wires of every Non-Governmental Organisation. The importance of developing a budget to accompany the realization of the NGO’s objectives and projects cannot be over emphasized. Not only does a budget permit an NGO to better control current operations, systematic monitoring and reporting of activities, it also brings about … Read more

ERuDeF’s Silver Back Company Storms FIAC 2018, Makes New Gains

[one_third][/one_third]The business arm of the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), the Silver Back Company (SBC), marvelled business barons at the first edition of the International Business Trade Fair, known in its French acronym as FIAC. The business trade fair, which held under the patronage of the President of the Republic of Cameroon, Paul Biya, … Read more

Rainforest Trust Officer Commends Mt Muanenguba Project Progress

[one_third][/one_third]The Conservation Officer for Rainforest Trust in-charge of Central Africa and Madagascar, Dr Sally Lahm, has extolled the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF), and the Cameroon Herpetology-Conservation Biology Foundation (CAMHERP-CBF) for the progress made so far in the classification of the proposed Mt Manengouba Herpetological Sanctuary. She expressed her ecstasy recently, during her visit … Read more