A member of one of Cameroon’s Baka Communities in the Ngoyla Mintom area, talks about being driven out of his ancestral forests, and the issues his people face on a daily basis through lack of land rights and lack of access to food, medicine and education.
At the end of three intense days of discussion, exchange and drafting, representatives from the Ik, Tepeth, Batwa, Benet and Ngikarimajong have released the Kisoro Memorandum, a definitive statement of their rights and expectations for support from their government and from other actors, including the UN system.
Pada bulan Juni 2018, perwakilan masyarakat Ik, Tepeth, Batwa, Benet, dan Ngikarimajong berkumpul di Kisoro dalam sebuah lokakarya masyarakat adat di Uganda yang diselenggarakan oleh Organisasi Persatuan untuk Pembangunan Batwa di Uganda (United Organisation for Batwa development in Uganda/UOBDU) dan didukung oleh Forest
A group of indigenous peoples in Cameroon have released a Declaration calling for respect of their customary tenure rights. It further calls for change from the State and other actors on consent, chiefdoms, benefit sharing and participation.