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ABOYERD CAMEROON

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Campaign against illegal bushmeat trade

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Engaging tomorrow's stewards of the environment

WE ARE : ABOYERD CAMEROON

WITH SUSTAINABLE IDEAS
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Ensuring that every field action is evidence based is evidence based

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ABOYERD CAMEROON

We work with Individuals, Communities, Organizations and Government

In fufilling Enviroment and Development Goals

Managing human-wildlife conflicts

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Promoting alternative sources of livelihoodand eco-friendly activities

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WITH AN OPEN HEART

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LET'S BUILD OUR COMMUNITIES.

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    Briefings About ABOYERD

    ABOYERD

    Agriculture and Bioconservation Organization for Youth Empowerment and Rural Development.

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    SUMMARY ABOUT ABOYERD

    ABOYERD is a nonprofit, non-denominational, apolitical organization with reg n0: NW/GP/001/17/16274 in conformity with law No 92/006 of 14th August 1992 of the republic of Cameroon.

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    MISSION

    Promote the protection of wildlife,assure a future for them, their ecosystems and the human communities that depend on them within rural areas across Cameroon through sustainable community development, education, responsible tourism, and wildlife research.

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  • thumb1 Aghah Valery BindaExecutive Director

    ABOYERD has a dedicated, passionate team of young dynamic professionals bringing a broad spectrum of skills and experience to the organization. ABOYERD believes that people are the key to successful programs and projects both at organizational level and at community level. Our team works with grassroots people to provide support at every stage of the project process, from initial planning through to implementation and evaluation.
    ABOYERD-CAMEROON Bridging Wildlife Conservation and Livelihoods for a Safer Future

  • thumb1 Dr. Taku Awa II , Chairman, Board of Directors

    Dr. TAKU AWA II holds a PhD in Applied Ecology and Conservation from the University of Reading in the UK. He is currently a lecturer in Applied Ecology and wildlife Management at the University of Dschang, Cameroon. Dr. Taku Awa II is a seasoned teacher/researcher specialized in Applied Ecology and Ornithology with knowledge and experience in ecological assessment methods: able to structure research projects and capture data of sufficient quality and quantity into databases that facilitates integration and interpretation of highly dimensional data. Possess leadership and expertise to plan, develop, organize and implement ecological research programs, providing cutting edge ecological and policy solutions to environmental risks and contributing to overcome research and conservation challenges. Besides teaching and research, he is a qualified environmentalist with relevant experience in environmental compliance and regulatory management, environmental and social impact assessment, environmental monitoring, auditing and incident reporting, waste management, natural resource management and rehabilitation of disturbed landscapes.

  • thumb1 Aghah Valery Binda, Executive Director

    AGHAH VALERY BINDA has over eight years of experience as a teacher of environmental science and over three years of experience in biodiversity conservation with special interest in using social and economic incentives to strengthen biodiversity conservation in biodiversity-rich but financially poor rural communities. He is an alumnus of the Young African Leaders Initiative (YALI) West Africa Emerging Leaders Program, Accra-Ghana. Valery is Africa Section liaison of the conference committee of the Society for Conservation Biology (SCB) where he is part of a global community of conservation professionals dedicated to advancing the science and practice of conserving Earth's biological diversity, and also doubles as Secretary General of the Cameroon Chapter of the society. He holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Ecology and Wildlife Management at the University of Dschang, Cameroon where he also serves as an Ambassador for Environmental Science without Borders (ESWB), under the Center for Diverse Leadership in Science, University of California Los Angeles. Valery is so passionate about the protection of nature in its entirety and is committed to using biodiversity conservation in ensuring zero poverty, zero hunger, good health and well-being, and clean water and sanitation in rural communities.

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