A national forum which opened in Yaounde, Tuesday February 13, 2018, seeks to redynamise efforts to ensure the sustainable use of forest resources in Central Africa.
Cameroon says its northern border with Nigeria and Chad and most of the Lake Chad basin face a food crisis because of desertification and the Boko Haram conflict that stopped farmers from doing the
Through the development of the 420MW Nachtigal hydroelectric project, the central African country will increase its installed capacity by 30%.
The National Platform for the Science Policy Interface on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services was launched in Yaounde yesterday November 23.
Kenya is among countries where trafficking in wildlife trophies is rampant, a new report indicates.
Known for holding Africa’s third largest hydropower potential (after the DRC and Ethiopia), Cameroon bares itself as a potential solar attraction as well.
Weak governance, corruption and shifting trade dynamics are significant factors seriously undermining the control of ivory trafficking throughout five countries in Central Africa, according to a new TRAFFIC study launched.
Crop-eating fall armyworms have attacked nearly 37,000 hectares of maize in northern Cameroon, officials said on Wednesday, accentuating an already dire humanitarian crisis provoked by the Islamist
Egeland stressed that of this number, 450,000 were in Nigeria, 247,500 in Niger, 63,000 in Cameroon and 22,000 in Chad.He explained that 57 per cent of the funds needed to provide basic humanitaria
Scientists say an unusual strain of anthrax found in Taï National Park in Cote d’Ivoire is posing a serious threat to wildlife, including chimpanzees who may over time face extinction because of th
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