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By Ernest Sumelong Farming groups in the Southwest, West and Northwest regions engaged in tree planting have received varying support materials from Tree for the Future, TFTF, a USA-based international organisation. The material, which includes wheelbarrows, pruning scissors, hoes, cutlasses, rain boots, sprayers, pit axes, etc, were destined to model groups that have planted over 1000 trees. Some of ...Full Article
By Daniel Gwarbarah Wildlife law is fast making in-roots in countries of the Central African sub region with Cameroon being acclaimed for taking the lead. The fight against wildlife ...Full Article
By Francis Tim Mbom A Limbe-based NGO, African Centre for Research, Development and Climate Change, AFREDECC, Friday, October 23, visited the National Comprehensive High School, NCHS Limbe, to sensitise ...Full Article
By Walter Wilson Nana The World Wide Fund for Nature, WWF, and the Ministry of Forest and Wildlife, MINFOF, have resolved to integrate indigenous people in the management ...Full Article
By Walter Wilson Nana In a bid to stem the tides of climate change, the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon, PCC, and the National Agency for Forestry Development in Cameroon, ...Full Article
By Francis Tim Mbom A research carried out by Professor Jacob Mbua Ngeve of the Cameroon’s Institute of Agricultural Research in Yaounde, has found out that Fako Division, well ...Full Article
By Daniel Gwarbarah Cameroon’s Ministry of Forestry and Wildlife, MINFOF, and the Wildlife Trade Monitoring Network, TRAFFIC, for the Central African Sub Region, in an intense operation carried out ...Full Article
By Elvis Tah Fears are rife that the Cross River Gorilla, a highly endangered primate, might soon go extinct. The CEO of a Buea-based NGO, Environment and Rural Development ...Full Article
By Daniel Gwarbarah Law enforcement agents of the Littoral Regional Delegation for National Security recently arrested three wildlife dealers in Douala for trafficking in a huge consignment of ivory ...Full Article