Completion of the guide for environmental club coordinators is drawing to its final phase. In line with the time schedule, EGI held another successful meeting at their offices on 28November 2013. This follows previous meetings at individual and group level with principals and coordinators of environmental clubs in secondary schools in Buea.
If you are a student, researcher, development practitioner or you are just interested in acquiring access to knowledge, you will be glad to hear that the EGI’s resource centre was recently boosted by acquiring online access to some of the world’s renowned journals.
This was enabled through successful application to be admitted to two programmes, one coordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the other by World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). Both programs aim to boost access to information in low income countries across the world.
He is known as Rambo, and he does not want to be photographed, the camera might steal his soul. Nonetheless, he is willing to tell a few stories. In true keeping with his name, his tales are reminiscent of those told in action films. The hunter and the hunted, in a rhythm as old as time itself. But Rambo senses that the tide is changing, and he, like other hunters, will have to change with it.
Traversing the winding roads that cut through Mamfe Central sub-division, one easily gets an overwhelming sensation of taking a journey though a lush, evergreen paradise. What the eyes cannot perceive at first sight is the high rate of deforestation taking place behind the green façade.