Community Engagement Key to Success of Kilum-Ijim Forest Conservation Initiative

In a remarkable display of community engagement, over 300 members of the Oku community in Cameroon have come together to plant 2500 native trees in the threatened Kilum-Ijim forest reserve. The initiative, funded by the Oku Cultural and Development Association (OCDA USA), aims to promote the conservation of the forest and its endangered biodiversity under the theme “Conservation of Our Green and Natural Heritage.”


Cameroon RENEWED Stakeholders Meeting in Bafoussam, Cameroon The Cameroon RENEWED project, funded by the European Union #EU, is making strides in strengthening the capacity of vocational training institutions in the country. Partner organizations, including Society for the Promotion of initiatives in Sustainable Development and Welfare (SOPISDEW) Cameroon, H4BF-CAMEROON, Noorderpoort, Apro Formazione, MasterPeace, and @Forest and Agroforestry Promoter [FAP NGO Cameroon], recently held a stakeholder

Cameroon RENEWED Project Orientation

The First set of beneficiaries for Cameroon Renewed Project have received their orientation this Thursday, May 25, 2023, at Hope for a Better Future Vocational Training Institute Centre. This comes in preparation for the start of classes coming June 05, 2023. The orientation was aimed at introducing the beneficiaries to a two-year training program at Hope for a Better Future Vocational Training Institute Centre