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Putting in Place ‘NETWORK FOR FAKO AGROFORESTRY FARMERS’ (NETFAF)

Posted: 1st September, 2016 | 217 views

Putting in Place ‘NETWORK FOR FAKO AGROFORESTRY FARMERS’(NETFAF) In order to improve the productivity and living conditions of poor farmers, The Association for Biodiversity Research and Sustainable Development (ABiRSD) in its campaign ´´Operation feed your-self´´…

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ABiRSD Promotes Traditional Method of Conservation in Muanenguba Area

Posted: 16th June, 2016 | 377 views

By Njumbe Peter SalleThe Muanenguba area has been protected or conserved traditionally before the coming of conservationists in the area. The mount Muanenguba is famous for its twin lakes and several shrines which is believed…

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Improving rural livelihood and value chain through Agroforestry

Posted: 19th May, 2016 | 363 views

Agroforestry has been an important alternative in land management systems to improve rural livelihood due to its capability to generate employment and income. The success story of Oweh Community in Muyuka Sub-Division mile 16 and…

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Achieving mitigation and adaptation to climate change through Agroforestry practices in Africa

Posted: 19th May, 2016 | 317 views

Agroforestry is one of the most conspicuous land use systems across landscapes and Agro-ecological zones in Africa. With food shortages and increased threats of climate change, interest in Agroforestry is gathering potential to address various…

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Mount Manenguba losing it Natural Beauty and Important Biological Species

Posted: 19th May, 2016 | 340 views

Mount Muanenguba is an extinct volcano rising to 2,411m with a caldera 4km in diameter contains two crater lakes. It is a key to biological site, home to many regional endemic species, some are known…

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Some Communities pledge to participate in amphibian conservation in the proposed Mount Muanenguba Integral Ecological Reserve in Cameroon. Sponsor by Mohamed Bin Zayed

Posted: 19th May, 2016 | 315 views

Government’s intention to conserve the rich biodiversity of the proposed Mount Muanenguba Integral Ecological Reserve is gaining grounds in communities adjacent the mountain area located in the Southwest and Littoral Regions of Cameroon. This is…

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FEEDING SIGN OF CHIMPANZEES

Posted: 24th November, 2015 | 427 views

To comparing the feeding signs of Chimpanzees in Senegal and that of Cameroon using the stick method by Njumbe Peter Salle of ABiRSD on Biomonitoring survey in the Mt Kupe Integral ecological reserve South West…

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To sensitize and train community on the importance of trees planting to the catchment and to the community

Posted: 24th November, 2015 | 422 views

Sensitization meetings that involve ABiRSD and the local communities were held from the March 2015 to September 2015 in communities in South West Region. During these meetings the participants were drilled on different agroforestry tree…

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Tel: (+237) 675 304 231
Email : petercoolpetercool@yahoo.co.uk / info@abirsd.org
skype: njumbe.salle
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Head Office 
============================
Office Address: Buea 
Office Numbers: (+237) 675 304 231
Email: info@abirsd.org
Website: www.abirsd.org
============================

President / Chief Executive Officer
Name: Mr. Njumbe Peter Salle
Tel: (+237) 675 304 231
Email : petercoolpetercool@yahoo.co.uk / info@abirsd.org
skype: njumbe.salle
Website: www.abirsd.org

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