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.
Between August 14 and September 8, 2020, 25 days are counted, including 18 works in the public service in Cameroon. In this space-time, Dr. Corinna Fricke made the marks of her presence in Yaoundé, the political capital of the country. Th
Zhou Liujun, vice-president of the Chinese International Development Cooperation Agency (CIDCA), met on November 28 Jules Doret Ndongo, Minister of Forests and Wildlife of Cameroon. The two sides exchanged views on bilateral cooperation for
The current Presidents entering Jules Doret Ndongo from Cameroon and outgoing Vincent Biruta from Rwanda, and the Executive Secretary of COMIFAC, Raymond Ndomba Ngoye Yaoundé-Cameroon, July 11, 2019. "I am delighted that the results we ha
Douala, Cameroon, December 21, 2020- The Cameroonian government with the support of WWF, PROFOREST and AFD through the BIODEV2030 project, organized an exchange workshop on improving the involvement and participation of the sector to the RE
Second act of its kind with an organization. After the development cooperation agreement signed with the African Union, Germany signed a new agreement with the Central African Forestry Commission (Comifac) on June 15, 2020. The content of
(Agence Ecofin) - The Minister of Forests and Wildlife, Jules Doret Ndongo (photo), signed on April 20, a press release informing of the suspension of the 2019-2020 hunting season throughout Cameroon, until again. Reason: the Covid-19 pande