Jengi Project, Cameroon

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Jengi: it means "Spirit of the Forest"

In a place where elephants out-number people, a complex struggle between commercial interests, local needs and political will is determining the future of Cameroon’s last expanse of untouched tropical forest.
In the forests of south-east Cameroon WWF is involved in the establishment of three large protected areas. The WWF Jengi Project aims at putting in place an innovative framework that will allow for effective management of the three forest parks and will identify other forest sites for potential protection.

It will restore Jengi to the guardians of the forest: a unique Gift to the Earth and symbol of a healthy functioning forest ecosystem.

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