The Cameroon Afforestation Project has gained significant attention and has been featured on national news channels in Cameroon.
The project, which aims to plant three million trees in three years, including indigenous fruit and nut trees, has been recognized for its efforts towards restoring and preserving the country's precious forest resources. The news coverage highlighted the project's potential to reforest large areas, improve water quality, and protect local biodiversity.
The national news also focused on the impact of the project on local communities, particularly on job creation and increased income opportunities. The afforestation project is expected to create jobs for local people through activities such as seed collection, nursery management, planting, and monitoring. The project also aims to work with local communities to encourage the protection of the newly planted trees, promoting long-term sustainable management of the area.
As DGB Group, our sole purpose is to rebuild trust and serve the public by making the right information available to everyone. By subscribing to our mailing newsletter, you can get the latest tips and trends from DGB Group's expert team in your inbox. Sign up now and never miss the insights.
Dutch Green Business Group (DGB) is a leading developer of large-scale biodiversity projects focusin..
We are proud to announce that the Kenya cookstoves project (the Hongera Energy Efficient Cookstoves ..
The Cameroon project is one of our recent projects as we continue in our quest to generate nature co..
A household in Cameroon using "conventional cooking methods" uses 5 to 12 kg of wood per day on aver..
We can help your company become more sustainable by allowing you to integrate trees into your business.