Forest Rewilding Programme
The concept of rewilding involves growing (planting & maintaining until they become self-reliant) native forests in areas where they existed before.
1. Recharge ground water and improve water tables
2. Provide habitat for wildlife
3. Conserve soil properties
4. Restock non-wood forest products and allow for the harvesting of wild honey
5. Mitigate climate change
Climate-Smart Agriculture Programme
Climate-smart agriculture (CSA) is an integrated approach to managing landscapes (cropland, livestock, forests and fisheries) in a way that addresses the interlinked challenges of food security and climate change.
To produce enough food without significantly harming the environment (soil, forests etc).Read More
The gathering and sale of non-wood forest products is an age old and the most long term sustainable activity in communities that live adjacent to forests. Non-timber forest products play an important role in income and employment generation, food security, health and women/youth empowerment. Unfortunately, the sector is plagued by a number of factors; Large quantities of non-timber forest products wasted during deforestation; Women/youths who are the main gatherers have limited access to processing technologies, marketing strategies and market information as a result, they are sold 'raw' or without any form of processing at very cheap prices.
- To develop value chains for non-wood forest products in Cameroon
- To empower women/youths from forest adjacent communities (forestpreneurs, green business wo/men)
- To ensure healthy environment for all to thrive