Active conservation projects in Cameroon
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Strengthening Community-Based Forest Enterprises in Ecoregions of Latin America, Asia and Africa
The support and involvement of local communities can reap real and long term benefits for WWF’s conservation work. This project addresses the devel...
Elephant conservation in Africa
African elephants are the world’s largest terrestrial mammals. Although elephant numbers have recovered from record lows in the 1980s – today there ar...
Jengi Fever: Forest management in Cameroon
The Baka people who live in the southeastern rainforests of Cameroon depend on the forest for their survival, as do other forest inhabitants such as e...
WWF African Bushmeat Programme
The WWF Africa and Madagascar Programme has developed a bushmeat programme to implement projects that contribute to the protection of species threaten...
Management of Ngoïla-Mintom Forest Block
The Ngoïla-Mintom forest block is relatively intact and rich in wildlife, timber species, minerals and other non-timber forest products (NTFPs). Howev...
Certifying forests in western and central Africa
Forest certification has been identified as a tool with the potential to improve the quality of forest management and conservation. In many of the cou...
Policy and Strategy Division
This project monitors Cameroon's compliance with its obligations as a Party to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the Convention on Interna...
Tridom (Tri-National Dja-Odzala-Minkebe) Project - Boumba Bek and Nki
The Tridom project area is located within the world's second-largest rainforest, the Western Congo Basin Moist Forest in Central Africa. This region, ...
CARPE / CBFP Lobeke (Sangha Tri-National Forest)
Cameroon South Eastern Forests
The project supports the first phase of a long-term effort to establish the Cameroon component of a tri-national protected area that will comprise a s...