ZSL News from Cameroon-2015: YEAR OF THE pangolin

 

 

Please download the ZSL News from Cameroon-2015: YEAR OF THE pangolin: Here

 

 

 

To read in the newsletter : IN THE DJA RESERVE How communities stood up against poaching ;  WILDLIFE WOOD PROJECT Tracking wildlife using SMART ; NET-WORKS IN LAKE OSSA Lake Clean-ups bring profit to fishers;

 

 

IN THE DJA RESERVE How communities stood up against poaching-commercial poaching is a threat not only for biodiversity but also for long term food security in villages around the Dja reserve. since 2012, ZSL works with communities to survey forests and reduce poaching…

 

 

WILDLIFE WOOD PROJECT SMART expands in Cameroonian logging concessions ZSL is presently supporting SMART (Spatial Monitoring and Reporting Tool) implementation for Wildlife monitoring in the Dja Biosphere Reserve (DBR). To expand the SMART system to the periphery of the DBR, ZSL collaborates with innovative logging companies like Pallisco, and SFID (Mbang and Djoum concessions). Pallisco and SFID partner with ZSL to improve wildlife management practices within their concessions…

 

 

NET-WORKS The good business of cleaning up Lake Ossa In the Lake Ossa Wildlife Reserve, ZSL is working with the Conservation Service to engage communities in conservation through the generation of buy-ins related to livelihood development. Indeed, the Lake Ossa Site is included in the a globlal program for the recycling of discarded fishing nets into carpet tile (NetWorks). Through Village Saving and Loans Associations and in collaboration with the local zoning committees, ZSL organized an activity to remove discarded fishing nets from the lake. Discarded fishing nets are seen as a major threat for the fishery, as they lead to ghost fishing (accidental capture of fish) and the degradation of lake habitats. Participants collected in total 270 Kg of net debris that they sold to the village savings and loans associations for export and recycling. This cleanup activity was a good opportunity to demonstrate the Net Works business model and to engage community associations in environmental regeneration activities…

 

 

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