Workshop to share and enrich results of the study to map Great Apes conservation institutions and policies in Cameroon - April 2014

Group photo - GREG-Forêts’ Workshop organised on 24 April, 2014 at Hôtel des Députés (Yaoundé)

GREG-Forêts organised on Thursday 24th April, 2014 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. The meeting was attended by representatives of many ministries; civil society organizations, conservators, international organizations and GREG-Forêts members. A workshop report, as well as other material can be downloaded from this page.

Workshop to share and enrich results of the study to map Great Apes conservation institutions and policies in Cameroon - Workshop report.

Article in Cameroon Tribune [PDF].

Great Apes Conservation in Cameroon: A Mapping of Major Institutions, Policies and impact - Stanley DINSI  & Simeon EYEBE

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