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MINFOF Takes Wildlife Protection, Tree-Planting Promotion Sensitisation To Highway

The Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife, MINFOF, has intensified and taken its campaign for the protection of wildlife and the promotion of tree-planting to the highway. This is being done through giant posters along major road networks of Cameroon. The campaign for the posters was launched by the Minister of Forestry and Wildlife, Prof. Elvis Ngolle Ngolle, on October ...Full Article

New Strategies For Forest Protection Fund Outlined

By Walter Wilson Nana New strategies on how to make the Buea Forest Protection Fund more useful to its beneficiaries have been introduced. More than 53 farming groups that ...Full Article

Agroforestry Resource Centre Wins Equator Prize

By Yerima Kini Nsom The Riba Agroforestry Resource Centre in Kumbo, Northwest Region, has received the prestigious Equator Prize at a ceremony organised on the sidelines of the last ...Full Article

Minister Warns Against Ozone Depleting Substances

By Olive Ejang The Minister of the Environment and Nature Protection, Pierre Hele, has cautioned Cameroonians against the use of substances that destroy the ozone layer. He was speaking ...Full Article

MINFOF Staff Retrain For Better Quality, Efficiency

By Francis Tim Mbom Over 50 staff members of the Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife (MINFOF), drawn from the Northwest, West, Southwest and Littoral Regions have ended a three-day ...Full Article

Cameroon Strengthens Position Ahead Of Biodiversity Conference

By Nformi Sonde Kinsai Officials of the Ministry of Environment and the Protection of Nature, MINEP, and stakeholders working in the domain of biodiversity conservation in the country are ...Full Article

UK Lauds Cameroon’s Efforts To Curb Environmental Hazards

By Quinta-Belle K.* The British High Commissioner to Cameroon, H.E. Bharat Joshi, has hailed Cameroon for sustained efforts in addressing climate change issues and the curbing of other environmental ...Full Article

We Planted 32.700 Trees To Fight Climate Change – Hon. Banmi

By Valery Kiloh* Hon. Emmanuel Banmi, member of the Network of Parliamentarians for Sustainable Management of Central African Echo Systems, says the organisation has since 2008 planted 32.700 trees ...Full Article

Conservation Institution Introduces Certificate Programme

By Walter Wilson Nana Trees For The Future Cameroon Programme has made public a professional certificate programme dubbed; AgroForestry Training Programme. This is the kernel of a press briefing ...Full Article

Herbs, Baka Pygmies And Conservation

By Pegue Manga Nani Nestor, a Baka pygmy traditional healer, living in Gribe, a village in Boumba and Ngoko Division in the East Region of Cameroon, learnt healing skills ...Full Article
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