WWF, the World Bank and the Government of Cameroon have hailed the Ngoyla Wildlife Reserve in Cameroon as a success for conservation.
As a small child, Daniel Dindo learned how to travel deep into the rainforest of Cameroon and climb trees to collect honey without harming the bees or damaging their hive. Now, the land where he continues to practice this traditional harvest has been declared a protected area, and Daniel wonders what this will mean for the future of his village and his indigenous Baka culture.
In response to the issuance of a decree assigning a large part of their ancestral lands to an oil palm company, indigenous Bagyeli communities -as well as the national and international NGOs and associations who support them- have issued a statement calling on the Cameroonian Government to reconsider their actions and to protect the lands and te
En réponse à la publication d'un décret attribuant une grande partie de leurs terres ancestrales à une société productrice de palmiers à huile, les communautés autochtones Bagyeli, ainsi que les ONG et associations nationales et internationales qui les soutiennent, ont publié un communiqué appelant le gouvernement camerounais à reconsidérer leur
Adopted at the National Toshaos Conference, July 2018