Cameroon is a Central African country located on the Gulf of Guinea with a great diversity of culture, landscapes, and wildlife. Destructive farming practices in Cameroon have had a negative impact on the country’s burgeoning biodiversity, and the significant stock of forestry trees has fueled dramatic deforestation.
Working with partners on the ground, Trees for the Future is helping thousands of Cameroonian farmers rebuild their land and biodiversity while reaping the nutritional and economic benefits.
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