Name of the project



Help all the stakeholders, including civil society platforms, engage effectively and collaboratively in the in the improving land governance in forest area and reform process in Cameroon.

Expected outcomes1

  • Strengthened capacity of key stakeholders at local, regional and national levels across Cameroon.
  • Effective multi-stakeholder decision-making at local and national levels enriched by field experience and enhanced capacities
  • Tracking, learning and advocacy

Key activities

  • Review experiences date to date
  • Launch field pilots to fill gaps
  • Build capacity at all scales
  • Start community-investor dialogue
  • Asses relevant laws, policies and proposed reforms
  • Promote and establish regular dialogue with and amongst key stakeholders
  • Disseminate regular updates and briefings
  • Train journalists
  • Establish a monitoring mechanism
  • Generate and share analysis
  • Develop an online portal
  • Engage with international policy dialogues


EU: European Union 


IIED: International Institute for Environment and Development – United Kingdom

RELUFA : Réseau de Lutte contre la Faim – Cameroon

REPAR : Réseau des Parlementaires pour la gestion durable des écosystème forestiers d’Afrique Centrale – Cameroon

RECTRAD : Réseau des Chefs Traditionnels pour la gestion durable des écosystèmes en Afrique Centrale – Cameroon

ILC: International Land Coalition – Italy

NES: National Engagement Strategy – Cameroon

CIDT: Centre for International Development and Training – United Kingdom


Yaoundé, Cameroon


Février 2017- décembre 2021


*This project is produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of IIED, CED and RELUFA, and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.