Ressources

In and Around Cameroon's protected areas

In recent years, the Government of Cameroon has negotiated access agreements (memoranda of understanding, MoUs) with Baka communities affected by a number of protected areas.

BLOG: “Without our forest, we have no life, we disappear”

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.

BLOG: «Sin nuestro bosque no tenemos vida, desaparecemos»

Un miembro de una de las comunidades Baka de la zona de Ngoyla Mintom de Camerún, habla de ser expulsado ​​de su bosque ancestral y de los problemas a los que se enfrenta su pueblo a diario a por la falta de derechos territoriales y la falta de acceso a alimentos, medicinas y educación.

Supply Chain Solutions for People and Forests

Delegates from the 'Closing the Gap' forum on human rights, deforestation and supply chains are visiting Paris to call on governments and companies to put in place strong rights protections for communities and their forests, and share a set of technical recommendation they have developed for achieving this.

A message from the women of Assoumindelé, Cameroon

Women from a village in south east Cameroon say they won’t be able to access a parcel of land that has been allocated to their community as part compensation for land lost to a national reserve.

Un mensaje de las mujeres de Assoumindelé, Camerún

Las mujeres de una aldea situada en el sudeste de Camerún dicen que no contarán con el acceso fácil a una parcela de tierra asignada a su comunidad como parte de una compensación por la pérdida de tierras adjudicadas a una reserva nacional.

Declaration on Land Rights from the Gbabandi Platform, Cameroon

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.