Author Archives: Bertrand Shancho Ndimuh

About Bertrand Shancho Ndimuh

A dynamic and respectful graduate with experience and passion in Journalism and Development/Environmental Communication. Holds a B. Sc. second class upper honors In Journalism and Mass Communication from the University of Buea and currently post graduate research fellow in natural resources and environmental management at the same university. Now working as Head of Communication Department at ERuDeF and Editor-in-Chief for the Cameroon Independent environmental newspaper, The Green Vision

Anglophone Crises: Sweet-Bitter Tale of Fleeing Victim from Lebialem

Ever since President Paul Biya declared war on Anglophone separatists, November 30, 2017, following the killing of some four soldiers and two police officers, there have been fierce encounter between the Cameroon Military and unknown gun men generally known as … Continue reading

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Urban Population Increasing with Decreasing Trees

Countries the world over were recently engaged in commemorating the 2018 edition of the International Forests Day. Celebrated under the theme: “Forests and Sustainable Cities,” this year’s celebration provided a platform for governments and administrators within urban areas in Cameroon … Continue reading

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“Without Peace, There is No Conservation”-SDAP, MINFOF

“Our role as conservators is to send them (those taking refuge in forests as a result of the current Anglophone crisis) out of any protected areas, but as humans, we understand that they are like refugees and during crises, conservation … Continue reading

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Corruption, Menace in Biodiversity Conservation in Cameroon

Transparency International last 2017 ranked Cameroon fourth most corrupt country in the world, down from the first position in 1999, 2000 and 2012. As disgusting as this statistics may appear, corruption remains a very big maggot in Cameroon, a maggot … Continue reading

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Esu Cultural Festival, Booster to Agriculture & Village Unity

  The people of Esu Village in Menchum Division-North West Cameroon have just rounded off the maiden edition off their cultural festival aimed at promoting agriculture and conserving the culture of this village. Organised by the Essu Cultural and Development … Continue reading

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Women in Biodiversity Conservation; Blessings or Bruises?

Women once again were at the centre of attraction as Cameroon joined countries the world over to commemorate this year’s edition of the International Women Day under the theme press for progress. In all ten Regions of Cameroon, women came … Continue reading

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World Pangolin Day; Sports, Social Media Used to Save Worlds Most Trafficked Mammal

Cameroon last February 17, 2018 joined the international community to commemorate this year’s edition of the World Pangolin Day observed under the theme: Pangolins are the pride of Central Africa and are increasingly being trafficked to Asia. In Cameroon, the … Continue reading

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