Discussion on integrated land-use planning tools. AJESH, RFUK, PRESS II, FODER.Discussion on integrated land-use planning tools. AJESH, RFUK, PRESS II, FODER.
AJESH and Rainforest Foundation Uk accompanied by PRESS II and FODER at MINEPAT to discuss integrated land-use planning tools: CSO experience and strategies for integration into decision-making documents in the
National workshop on Desertification 2022 in Cameroon.National workshop on Desertification 2022 in Cameroon.
In the current context of climate change, land and vegetation cover degradation accentuate the problem of ecological balance and food security in Sub-Saharan African countries. The actions of each actor
AJESH staff and volunteers training students on how to avoid Cholera. Government Primary School Moliwe Mile 4 Limbe, South west Cameroon.
Land use planning management committees (LUPMCs) pilot ecological restoration (natural regeneration) on an area of 3.6ha degraded lands in Ndocktoun (2.3ha) and Ndogmem-Nord (2.5ha) in the Yabassi Key Biodiversity area
Enforcing community led conservation using community mapping and land use planning in Ndotoun and Ndokmem nord, Yingui sub-division, Nkam division, Littoral region.
AJESH staff retreats to strategically Plan 2022-2025 with technical Expertise from technicians from the Pan African Institute For Development West Africa Cameroon. The 3-day retreat focus on: evaluate the 2017-2021
Masterclass on communicating conservation impacts.Masterclass on communicating conservation impacts.
Two AJESH staff graduate from a Masterclass on Communicating Conservation Impacts, organised in Douala – Cameroon by the Tropical Biology Association (TBA) and Resource Centre for Environment & Sustainable Development
The preservation of the cultural values of the people of the Ebo Forest massif within the Yabassi key biodiversity area.The preservation of the cultural values of the people of the Ebo Forest massif within the Yabassi key biodiversity area.
The preservation of the cultural values of the people of the Ebo Forest massif within the Yabassi key biodiversity area has become a necessity. It is the tangible and intangible