The project - Step 3

Develop collaboration and build partnerships with all key stakeholders

Bertin Tchikangwa, WWF Project Leader in Campo Ma'an, discussing with Mathieu Messamela, a Bagyeli ... / ©: WWF-Canon / Olivier van Bogaert
Bertin Tchikangwa, WWF Project Leader in Campo Ma'an, discussing with Mathieu Messamela, a Bagyeli pygmy and Chief of Nkongo village. Buffer zone of Campo-Ma'an National Park, Cameroon 2004.
© WWF-Canon / Olivier van Bogaert
The success of the overall programme to protect the Campo-Ma'an National Park and its buffer zone will very much depend on a sound collaboration between all key stakeholders in the region.
These include local communities and authorities, the territorial administration, logging and agro-industrial companies, transporters, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and funding agencies.

WWF is already working closely with local NGOs and farmer associations, and is now playing a lead role in coordinating contacts between all involved parties.

It has set up a series of meeting and workshops on key issues such as information, awareness, and planning.

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