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  Title : (10th) Cameroon_Masango Solomon
User : 관리자  Date : 2017-07-03 10:27:46 


Fellow Name: Masango Solomon Sone

Organization: GREEN CAMEROON, CAMEROON

Project Title: Green Mount Cameroon

Objective:
General Objective:
- To contribute to the conservation of biodiversity in the Mount Cameroon Forest Region by reducing the pressure mounted on our forest by community demand for fuel wood (fire wood used in cooking and household heating)

Specific Objectives:
- Build capacity of community members on tree propagation techniques, nursery management and agroforestry practices.
- Involve students and youths in conservation issues by giving them hands on experience on nursery establishment, management and general agroforestry practices.
- Instigate the culture of reforestation and conservation through a series of tree planting exercises. -Contribute to fighting climate change by planting trees that will serve as carbon sink.

Duration: 2016/11/25 – 2017/06/26

Location / Area: Bonakand, Ewonda and Woteke, Cameroon.

Target Group, Beneficiareis:
community members of the villages of Bonakanda, Ewonda and Woteke and their neighbouring villages and Baptist High School Great Soppo, Bishop Rogan College Small Soppo and other partner organizations such as FAFNET and Wewuley Consultancy. (Total 1000 people)

Objectives:
1. To contribute to the conservation of biodiversity in the Mount Cameroon Forest Region by reducing the pressure mounted on our forest by community demand for fuel wood (fire wood used in cooking and household heating.
2. Build capacity of community members on tree propagation techniques, nursery management and agroforestry practices.
3. Involve students and youths in conservation issues by giving them hands on experience on nursery establishment, management and general agroforestry practices.
4. Instigate the culture of reforestation and conservation through a series of tree planting exercises.
5. Contribute to fighting climate change by planting trees that will serve as carbon sink.

Results:
1.
- Trained the beneficiaries on the benefits of forest conservation and tree planting.
- Trained the skills to replace the already destroyed forest through tree planting.
- Trained on Trees Propagation, Nursery Management and production and planing of trees in their communities and schools.

2.
- Held workshop and trained trees propagation and forest management.
- Taught propagation techniques for some particular economic trees and hand training on how to do seeds selection, sowing, setting up and managing tree nurseries of their own.

3.
- Planted more than 1000 trees.
  

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