Dear Internet users, we welcome you to the official website of the Ministry of Forests and Wildlife. We very much hope that you are the actors of our organization. Indeed, we are responsible for the development, implementation and evaluation of the Government's forest and wildlife policy. As such, we are responsible for: - the management and protection of forests in the national domain; - the development and monitoring of the execution of regeneration, reforestation, inventory and forest management programs; - monitoring compliance with regulations in the field of logging by the various stakeholders; - liaison with professional bodies in the forestry sector; - the development and management of botanical gardens; - the application of international conventions ratified by Cameroon on wildlife and hunting.
Body in charge of the orientation, harmonization and monitoring of forest policies in Central Africa, the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC) organized from 01st to 04 March 2021 at the hotel residence la Falaise d ' Akwa in Douala
The new Turkish ambassador, Volkan Isikci was received in audience by the Minister of Forests and Wildlife (MINFOF), Jules Doret Ndongo. With the member of the government, it was a question of strengthening cooperation on the environmental
This practice wastes the country not only significant forest and wildlife resources, but also government revenues. Cameroonian Minister of Forests and Wildlife, Jules Doret Ndongo, in correspondence to his staff in the 10 regions, reveals t
It was at the Garoua Wildlife School in the North region that the Minister of Forests and Wildlife, Jules Doret Ndongo, officially launched the 2021 hunting season. Officially launched on Tuesday, February 16, 2021, this new season takes pl
The initiative of Jules Doret Ndongo the Minister of Forests and Wildlife is part of the fight against corruption and the exactions of fraud observed in the management of communal forests. The reforms underway at the Ministry of Forests an
Towards a Declaration of the countries of the ECCAS / COMIFAC area and supported by the members of the Congo Basin Forest Partnership (CBFP) for the forests of the Congo Basin and their periphery. Kinshasa (Democratic Republic of Congo), f