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Inclusive Land Use, A Solution To Farmer/Grazer Conflicts

Inclusive Land Use, A Solution To Farmer/Grazer Conflicts

Cultural Rights Conference Picks Inclusive Land Management As Solutions to Farmer-Grazer Conflicts The involvement of the Mbororo community members in the land management boards has been identified and proposed as one of the major solutions to the perennial farmers-grazers conflict affecting most of the Northwest region of Cameroon. This was one of several proposed resolutions […]

“Cultural Diversity is an Asset, Not a Source of Conflict” NW Governor

“Cultural Diversity is an Asset, Not a Source of Conflict” NW Governor

Northwest governor, Adolph Lele Lafrique has described the rich cultural diversity of the Northwest region as “an asset” that should unite rather than breed “conflicts”. This was during the opening of a regional conference for the restitution of activities of the project “Bridging the gap: safeguarding peace and human rights by promoting intercultural dialogue in […]

African Pastoralists Share Experiences in Study Tour

African Pastoralists Share Experiences in Study Tour

Pastoralists from Nigeria, Tanzania and Kenyan have been sharing experiences with their Cameroonian counterparts on the better management of rangeland in a four day study tour of Cameroon.  Meeting at the Blue Pearl Hotel –Bamenda on Friday February 23, 2018, to debrief their field findings, the three participants from Tanzania and one each from Kenya […]