What Cameroon can teach others about managing community forests
What Cameroon can teach others about managing community forests

A quarter of a century ago, Cameroon passed a law which gave people living on the edge of forests the right to own and manage forest areas. These communities depended on the forest for livelihood activities, like agriculture, hunting, fishing and non-timber forest products - like fruits or medicinal plants.

By Serge Mandiefe Piabuo, Divine Foundjem Tita and Peter A Minang 17 Apr 2019