Cameroon pledges to restore 12,062, 768 hectares of forest landscapes and degraded lands by 2030
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Yaounde, 01 February 2017: Just like Burundi, the Congo, the CAR, the DRC and Rwanda before her, Cameroon has issued a statement expressing its interest in joining the ranks of the beneficiary countries of the "Bonn" challenge, and its commitment to work to restore forests and degraded lands covering an estimated surface area of 12,062,768 hectares, spanning all of Cameroon’s ecosystems, and encompassing both the permanent forest estate and the non-permanent forest domain.
The commitment is framed within the "Bonn Challenge" but also falls in line with the implementation of the final communiqué of the 9th Ordinary session of the COMIFAC Council of Ministers held in Kigali in December 2016.
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