National Sustainable Financing Strategy for Protected Areas for the Conservation and Enhancement of Biodiversity (SNFDAP/CVBD) of Cameroon adopted!



From 12 to 13 November 2019, Hotel Dajoll in Mbankomo hosted the national workshop for the technical validation and ownership by stakeholders of Cameroon's National Strategy for the Sustainable Financing of Protected Areas for the Conservation and Valorization of Biodiversity (SNFDAP/CVBD).Please, download the Final communiqué of the workshop…



The meeting organized by the COMIFAC Executive Secretariat, in partnership with MINFOF/UNDP/GEF, had the overall objective of providing technical validation and ownership by stakeholders of Cameroon's NSSFPA and its Action Plan for the 2020-2024 period, as well as its communication strategy/plan.



At the end of the meeting, participants commended the efforts made for the development of the NSSFPA/CBDB and adopted it subject to the integration of comments and corrections received. In addition, the participants recommended that MINFOF receive the final version of Cameroon's National Strategy for the Sustainable Financing of Protected Areas for the Conservation and Valorization of Biodiversity (NSSFPA/CVBD) for the following steps of the process.



For further information, please download the documents below:


1_COMMUNIQUE FINAL_Atelier_SNFDAP_Mbankomo_13 Nov19.pdf (476.6 Ko)


2_Proposition Choix Sites Pilotes 2020.pdf (146.0 Ko)

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