A cooperation agreement has been signed between our association, together with the Association des Communes et Villes Unies du Cameroun (CVUC) and the Association Mairies Conseils in 2009. This agreement has been renewed in 2015 and aims at promoting a sustainable touristic development in Cameroon. Our initiative consists in supporting specifically the town of Mouanko to achieve a sustainable development of its touristic resources.
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Social and Economic Empowerment in Agricultural Entrepreneurship. A Case Study of Rural Farmers in Cameroon.
This project to assess how Agricultural Entrepreneurship (being part of a farming cooperative, taking part to training programs and improving one’s commercial/agricultural techniques) results in social, political and economic empowerment among women farmers.
The project will also compare the empowerment process in farming cooperatives with the empowerment process in Industrial Entrepreneurship ( petty traders, tailors, etc.) to draw implications for economic development and policy-making.
This project will produce and distribute 100 improved fuel efficient cook stoves with the aim to improve indoor air quality among the rural women and children which affect their health.The Rural women will be trained to use local materials( clay,straw, salt) to design and produce the fuel efficient stovesThe improved clean cook stove will substitute the three-stone-firesite (Traditional stoves) which affect the health of the rural women in their kitchens.
ICENECDEV,XminY Netherlands and partners are Combating Marine Plastic Litter and Micro Plastic along the west Coast of Cameroon (Isobe –Idenau Coastline) contributing to the UN Clean Seas Campaign to reduce marine litter and improve on health.
Litter in the seas and water bodies are a major global environmental problem.ICENECDEV and its Partners is joining the Clean Seas Campaign, a global UN Environment initiative to reduce marine litter
This project aims at mobilizing music talents across the ten regions of Cameroon to develop creative and educational content in the form of music, with participants competing for the “Cameroon Green Music Award”. The objective here is to eventually influence lifestyles and contribute to environmental sustainability. The winner will be endorsed as a music ambassador for the environment, and will work with implementing partners to promote using music for the environment in Cameroon and beyond.