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SOPISDEW Cameroon
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  • Cameroon
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What is your name?
Konsum
What is your job title?
Country Director
What organisation do you work for?
Society for the Promotion of Initiatives in Sustainable Development and Welfare (SOPISDEW) Cameroon
Website
www.sopisdewcameroon.blog.com
What aspects of biodiversity are you most interested in?
Access and benefit sharing, Agriculture, Biodiversity targets, Communicating biodiversity, Climate change, Ecosystem services, Education, Endangered species, Forests, Invasive species, Poverty and biodiversity, Protected areas, Trade and biodiversity, Traditional knowledge, Wetlands
What languages do you speak?
English, French and Oku
Please use this section to introduce yourself in more detail, adding any other relevant information not included in your previous answers. The site administrator will use this answer to decide whether to approve your membership
I have been a government secondary and high school science teacher for the past nine years and have also put in three years in community development where I founded a Community Based Organization known as The Society for the Promotion of Initiatives in Sustainable Development and Welfare (SOPISDEW) whose headquarters is in Oku in the North West Region of Cameroon. In this organization I am performing various tasks such as mobilization and coordination of community volunteers, capacity building of members and non members, project writing, fundraising, project management or supervision, organizing non members training programs, creating local, national and international partnerships and networks. The Community Based Organization is focused on volunteering and participation for community development. We are holistic in our interventions and we aspire for a sustained and peaceful mother earth. Our conservation view is that human beings and nature must live together in harmony so as to fulfill existentialism.

SOPISDEW Cameroon's Blog

WHEN A COMMUNITY FOREST BECOMES A PRIVATE FARM

prunus.jpgOn the right flange of the winding road leading to Oku from Babungo is an extension of the ‘Shingaa Community Forest’’; one amongst the forests managed under the Community Forest Management (CFM) tenure system in Oku. This scene located on the slopes of the Kilum Mountain in the North West Region of Cameroon is an…

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