Knowledge inspires land reform process in Cameroon

le 05/03/2018

Government representatives, Members of Parliament, Mayors, Traditional Authorities, experts and development actors shared experiences at the Parliament-Government experience-sharing forum on land management at the National Assembly in Yaoundé on 7-8 December 2017.

LandCam, a multi-stakeholder project organised the forum, attended by over 70 delegates in collaboration with the Parliamentary Network for the Management of Forest Ecosystems of Central Africa (REPAR) and the National Engagement Strategy (NES) Cameroon.

Launched in March 2017, the LandCam project aims to secure land and resource rights of communities and improve the management of Cameroon’s forest areas.

Read the minute of the workshop which took place in Yaoundé here.