Information for G04023
Raising awareness of the links between great ape conservation, poverty alleviation and private sector investments in Cameroon
This PCLG project report describes a series of communication and awareness raising activities by Cameroon PCLG as part of the project ‘Great ape conservation and poverty reduction’. The goal of this work was to improve the understanding of key stakeholders - including local communities, government and private sector representatives, and media professionals – of the links between agri-industry and logging activities, great ape conservation and poverty alleviation in Cameroon. A TV documentary, a series of radio talk shows and six workshops were some of the outputs of this project. Their development and implementation are detailed in this report.
This publication is an output of the Poverty and Conservation Learning Group (PCLG), Cameroon - Project Report, 2016.
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