Agroforestry - Restoring Fragile Landscapes - Ensuring Food Security
Saving the Last Great Apes for Future Generations
Protecting our Future through Awareness Raising and Training
P.O Box 189, Buea, South West Region, Cameroon
Our programmes range from great ape conservation, ornithology, GIS, livelihoods, environmental education, international volunteering projects to Climate Change and conservation finance.
Conservation of High Value Biodiversity in the Proposed Mak-Betchou Wildlife Sanctuary Through Agricultural Value Chain Development.
Monday, 17 October 2016
Achieving Biodiversity Conservation by Building Forests Management Capacities of Communities in the Tofala-Mone Wildlife Corridor, South West Cameroon
Planting Of 4.5 Million Fruit Trees To Salvage Forty-One Peasant Villages Adjacent To Mt. Cameroon National Park Deprived Of Livelihood.
Conserving Biodiversity Population Through Increased Awareness of Anthropogenic Activities in the Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary, South West Cameroon
Sustainable Management of Threatened Tree-Seedlings Planted at the Mt. Cameroon National Park (MCNP) and Peripheries.
Community Engagement for the Conservation of Cross Rivers Gorillas and Nigeria Cameroon Chimpanzees in the Newly Created Tofala Hills Wildlife Sanctuary
Hours of Operation: Monday to Friday from 8am to 5pm