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MINFOF within the framework of PSMNR-SWR publishes a quarterly newsletter, Conservation Echoes to help keep stakeholders up to date with current biodiversity conservation and development issues, initiatives and achievements. It is distributed as a printed newsletter to programme partners, staff, concerned local communities and other stakeholders in and out of the region. A soft copy is also emailed to stakeholders and available as a pdf download from our website. If you are interested in writing an article for Conservation Echoes, contact Editor-in-chief Moka Ndolo Lisette on cameroon.psmnr@gmail.com

Issue No. 11 June 2017

Welcome to the 11th Issue of Conservation Echoes. This is our last edition of Conservation Echoes for PSMNR-SWR Phase III. We wrap up this phase of the programme with many interesting activities in and around our protected areas: Editorial: It’s…

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Issue No. 10 March 2017

Welcome to the 10th Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue, we bring you exciting and important stories on our efforts in biodiversity conservation and development in the South West Region of Cameroon. Highlights include: Editorial: Human Wildlife Conflict in…

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Issue No. 9 December 2016

Welcome to the December 2016 Issue of Conservation Echoes. Our top stories for this quarter include: PSMNR-SWR to continue after September 2017; PSMNR-SWR launches scholarship scheme in the Korup Area; RDFOF SW embarks on a maiden visit in Fako Division;…

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Issue No. 8 June 2016

Welcome to the June 2016 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this issue: RDFOF gets new Regional Delegate; PSMNR-SWR/FREPROM launch 2016 Bush mango season; PUZ: Meeting local people’s needs; and Animal of the quarter: Gorilla.

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Issue No. 7 March 2016

Welcome to the March 2016 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: PSMNR-SWR Management Enhances Field Operations; Cameroon –Nigeria to Establish a Trans-boundary Biosphere Reserve; Farmer Field and Business School Graduation; I have my Park at Heart.

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Issue No. 6, December 2015

Welcome to the October 2015 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: Steering Committee approves PSMNR-SWR strategic orientations for 2016; Illegal activities in MCNP decreases; Protected Areas re-organise Village Forest Management Commitees (VFMCs); Animal of the Quarter: Tortoise.  

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Issue No. 1, April 2014

Welcome to the April 2014 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: Securing our national parks Conservation Development Agreements Capacity building: Cocoa Farmer Fielf School, Mamfe PSMNR-SWR partners commemorate World AIDS Day

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Issue No. 2, July 2014

Welcome to the July 2014 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: PSMNR-SWR steering committe meeting Capacity Building: Cluster Facilitators trained PSMNR-SWR partners speak Caught on Camera

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Issue No. 3, October 2014

Welcome to the October 2014 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: Mount Cameroon National Park Celebrates 5th anniversary in December 18 Korup National Park: Conservator attends training on wildlife criminal investigation in Botswana MCNP: Potential tourist destination in Africa…

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Issue No. 5, April 2015

Welcome to the April 2015 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: Farmer Field School 2015 kicks off in Kumba Takamanda National park’s disenclavement efforts gain grounds Erat Village in the spotlight Animal of the quarter: Pangolin  

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Issue No. 4, January 2015

Welcome to the January 2015 Issue of Conservation Echoes. In this Issue: Mount Cameroon National Park boosts visibility during Mt. Cameroon Race of Hope 2015 NTFP lessons learnt workshop, Mamfe Mindi Community is an illegal settlement in Takamanda National Park…

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