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A new website for WWF Cameroon goes Live!

Posted on 29 May 2018    
Education for Sustainable Development is implemented in pilot schools in the Coastal Forests Programme
© Janet Mukoko/WWF
WWF Cameroon is pleased to announce the launch of her new website, which comes along with the revision of her 2018-2023 strategic plan.

Our new website provides a clear message of who we are, what we stand for and where our value lies when developing, delivering and maintaining content on conservation. The website also has a clean design and a consistent site-wide navigation system with improved menu functionality that directs you to the information most relevant to you. It is also fully illustrative with captivating forest clearings, landscape view, protected areas and community intervention images.

We have introduced a range of new friendly designs to the website, including an introductory slide show landing with action-packed images that depict partnership, forest, wildlife, education and lot more. Each picturesque page will provide you with a smooth walk through the site. In addition, our opportunities page is host to recent job opportunities and available consultancies. We have designed each content to help you make the right decision about conservation and its related fields.

Our publication page has received a facelift enabling you to access our annual reports, program newsletters and other technical and scientific publications.

Going forward, we will continue to communicate regularly through our news page and provide new articles and notifications. We have not forgotten the French version of the website. This will be coming up in the weeks ahead. We also plan to continue adding more photo content and provide you with information you need to accompany us through our conservation efforts in other to make our planet a better place to live in.

We are very excited about this new website, which goes LIVE on June 1, 2018, and think it will create the experience you are looking for when you pay us a visit. Check out the new website here: cameroon.panda.org
 
We hope you like the site, and if you have any feedback, please let us know on facebook  messenger. You could also write to info@wwfcam.org
Education for Sustainable Development is implemented in pilot schools in the Coastal Forests Programme
© Janet Mukoko/WWF Enlarge
Gorilla in the pondo forest clearing , south East Cameroon
© camera trap/WWFJengi Enlarge
WWF Africa Director encourages the lady with a passion for Gorillas - Frances Anouge
© Rose Thuo/WWF-Africa Enlarge
Football Icon H.E. Albert Roger Milla led a sensitization walk across the town of Bertoua on Earth Hour 2018 celebrations in Cameroon
© Fidelis Manga/WWF Enlarge

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