Within Cameroon, 15 of the country’s Critically Endangered trees are recorded from Mount Cameroon. It is a high priority for tree conservation, hosting more than
As the world celebrate the Pangolin Day this February 20th, 2021, it should bear witness to the fact that the Environment and Rural Development Foundation
Ecosystem restoration is reversing degradation of ecosystems, e.g. forest landscapes, mangroves, watersheds, dry lands- to regain their functionality for the people and for the planet.
The Mount Bamboutos Fons’ Association (MBFA) has gained its legal status. This was early January 2021 after receiving the declaration certificate from the Senior Divisional
The people of Bameghuie I, Bameghuie II and Bamelang in the Bangang chiefdom, one of the villages in the mount Bamboutos Landscape, situated in Batcham
Primates in the Deng Deng National Park such as the endangered Gorillas and Chimpanzees are likely to suffer the effect of Zoonosis (transfer of diseases
Cameroon prides itself as one of the countries in Africa with the highest number of bird species. With close to about 1000 bird species, Cameroon’s
The Bakassi mangroves are located in the Rio Del Rey Estuary. The area is a trans-boundary site between Cameroon and Nigeria. The mangroves constitute half