2017 Annual Report of Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society

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CWCS holds an important position in wetlands conservation having been actively involved over the past 20 years in coastal and inland wetlands conservation and protected area management issues through the implementation of two programmes: The Coastal forests and mangrove conservation programme with office base in Mouanko, Littoral Region and the Upper Nyong wetlands Project based in Akonolinga Centre/East region. CWCS currently hosts the secretariat of the Cameroon Mangrove Conservation Network of over 40 coastal associations, NGOs and Common Initiative Groups.
CWCS widely succeeds through the use
of its multi-stakeholder participatory approach to implement its community based biodiversity conservation projects and programmes from planning, monitoring, evaluation to dissemination of results through institutional development, scientific research and policy outreach as part of its strategies to ensure sustainable livelihoods and biodiversity conservation.

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9 February 2018