CEFDHAC-IUCN: The basis for an active synergy entered into a Collaboration Agreement signed in Yaounde


This agreement aims to define and circumscribe the formal framework for collaboration between the Conference on Ecosystems of Dense and Humid Forests of Central Africa (EDHFCA) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) – Cameroon‘ Office for joint action in strategic areas related to  the agreement subject covering various fields.


docs/news/Jan-Mars 2012/CEFDHAC-Signature MoU-F.jpgOn the 7th February 2012 in  Yaounde(Cameroon),Was held at the headquarter of the Executive Secretariat of COMIFAC the signing ceremony of the Collaboration Agreement between the Conference on Ecosystems of Dense and Humid Forests of Central Africa (CEDHFCA) and International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) - Cameroon Office. It was chaired by the Deputy Executive Secretary of COMIFAC, Mr Martin TADOUM and enhanced by the effective presence of the Delegate Facilitator of The Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP), representatives of partner organizations and institutions of COMIFAC, namely the GIZ, Support Office to COMIFAC and the Support Programme On Ecosystem Conservation in the Congo Basin (PACEBCo).


docs/news/Jan-Mars 2012/CEFDHAC-Signature MoU-E.jpgFollowing the circumstances word addressed by the Deputy Executive Secretary of COMIFAC M. TADOUM Martin, the Representative of CEDHFCA, The Honorable ESSOLA ETOA Louis Roger, Chairman of the Regional Steering Committee of CEDHFCA  and  the IUCN Representative, Dr. Leonard Usongo, head of  Cameroon’s programme have proceeded to signature of the collaborative agreement.


This agreement aims to define and circumscribe the formal framework  for the collaboration between the Conference on Ecosystems of Dense Humid Forests of Central Africa (CEDHFCA) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) - Cameroon Office  for joint action in strategic areas  related to the agreement subject  and covering various areas including: the development and implementation of the strategic plan of COMIFAC, capacity building of CEFDHAC members,The development of partnerships between CEFDHAC and various involved structures in its missions, the organization of regional fora and promotion of national forums on issues related to forest ecosystem management, development and implementation of a communication strategy ...

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