A TV documentary produced by Cameroon PCLG to increase awareness of the links between great ape conservation, poverty alleviation and private investment in Cameroon.
The Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG) established a national group in the Cameroon in 2013 bringing together conservation and development practitioners to share their experiences and to work together to better inform policy and practice. The group is convened by the Network For Environment and Sustainable Development (NESDA-CA) and is nested within “Greg Forêts”, the Cameroon team of the Forest Governance Learning Group (FGLG).
Working towards the broader aims of the PCLG, the group:
The Cameroon PCLG has a particular interest in great ape conservation.
Workshop to shape recommendations to improve the impacts of agro-industrial activities on great ape conservation and livelihoods in Cameroon
In June 2015 GREG-Forêts organised a workshop with members of the network of parliamentarians REPAR-Cameroon, and representatives of other key ministries, to reflect on the results of a study carried out to evaluate the impacts of agro-industrial and logging activities on great ape conservation and poverty in Cameroon. The goal was to propose concrete recommendations for policy makers to improve great ape conservation and livelihoods in areas were agro-industrial and logging activities are carried out in Cameroon.
Workshop to share and enrich the results of a study on the impacts of agro-industrial and logging activities on great ape conservation and livelihoods in Cameroon.
In November 2014, GREG-Forêts organised a workshop to present and validate the results of a field study carried out to evaluate the impacts of agro-industrial and logging activities on great ape conservation and poverty in Cameroon. The goal was to propose concrete actions to improve great ape conservation and livelihoods in areas affected by agro-industrial and logging activities in Cameroon.
Workshop to share and enrich results of a study to map Great Apes conservation institutions and policies in Cameroon
On Thursday 24th April 2014, GREG-Forêts organised a wide consultation workshop to share and enrich the results of a research study carried out to map the institutions that take care of biodiversity conservation in general and Great Apes in particular and existing policies in Cameroon.
Great ape conservation and poverty reduction
Cameroon PCLG was one of the beneficiaries of wider support provided to the PCLG by the Arcus Foundation from April 2013 - April 2015. Under this grant, Cameroon PCLG strengthened its relationships with development organisations, the private sector, parliamentarians and other institutions that influence investment decisions in great ape ranges. The following were some of the activities Cameroon PCLG members:
For more information about Cameroon PCLG (including how to join for those based in Cameroon), please contact the Stanley Dinsi (email@example.com)