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Itoh Community graziers common initiative group. Cameroon. Equator initiative case studies.

This paper examines the activities undertaken by the organisation known as the Itoh Community graziers common initiative group. The main activities of this organisation have been focused on the area reserved for grazing. The community's two ethnic groups have collectively planted 30,000 trees to demarcate boundaries, protect local water sources, and provide fodder for livestock. Additional benefits have arisen from the NTFPs that can be collected from the newly planted trees including medicinal plants, and honey.

Author(s): 
United Nations Development Programme
Year published: 
2012