Green Cameroon plants more than 500 trees in the Mount Cameroon Forest Region. Wednesday the 28th of June 2017 marked a very busy day for the staff of Green Cameroon and the Communities of Woteke, Ewonda and Bonakand. Under
On this International Biodiversity Day, we would like to call people’s attention to Cameroon. Cameroon has great natural resources, estimated at 44% of the country’s total wealth, to boost economic growth and substantially reduce rural poverty (World Bank, SNC bulletin
To continue its conservation work and improve the lives of community members, Green Cameroon’s team, last week, was down in the Community of Bokoko to meet with the chiefs, Village Traditional Councils and other representative to discuss the implementation modalities
Yesterday, our Green Week got started with our Forest-day. Today, “Water” is our main subject with presentations of CamWater and Live Build, open discussions and an eye opening movie, called “FLOW – For Love Of Water“. The program of today.
Land grabbing also touches Cameroon! We’ll adress it in the coming campaign, but you can already take action through this site: Land grabs | Oxfam International It’s not necessarily a problem when wealthy companies invest in agricultural land in poor