Philip Tem Dia


Member of : Project Coordinators

Philip Tem Dia, Biodiversity Research Officer at the Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF). He also holds the position as Program officer at ERuDeF head Office. He has six years’ experience in wildlife research and conservation, particularly in the conservation of gorillas and chimpanzees. He has worked as Monitoring Assistant at the Ebo forest Research Project, Littoral Region and is currently our project coordinator in Deng Deng National Park, East Region Cameroon, where he actively participated in the drafting of the management plan for Deng Deng National Park. Over the years he has harness good knowledge on biodiversity research such as botanical inventory, ornithological inventory, and herpetological research in a project on Mount Cameroon National Park. Philip Tem Dia, holds a M.Sc.(Hons) in Natural Resources and Environmental Management, (Major in Botany) from the University of Buea. His aspiration is to become a successful leader in the world of wildlife conservation.