Managing natural resources
One of SAILD’s priorities is the management of natural resources. Cameroon’s localities are overflowing with important natural resources which, if well managed, should enable local development and the well-being of local village communities. In line with its mission, SAILD has undertaken to help local communities preserve and properly manage their natural resources.
SAILD works for the management of natural resources, particularly forestry, to promote the socio-economic well-being of local communities and more responsible management of the environment.
The scope of the GRN program is divided into five areas:
- impact studies and environmental and social audits;
- forestry and the major environmental and forestry issues of the day ;
- forest governance ;
- land tenure ;
- and mining.
SAILD is stepping up its participation in a number of national and international meetings, as well as its presence in various networks dealing with natural resource management issues.
It helps to build the capacity of community organisations through awareness-raising, training, information and support. It capitalises on practices, carries out studies and lobbies through the production of various documents.
It helps to build the capacity of community organisations through awareness-raising, training, information and support. It capitalises on practices, carries out studies and advocates through the production of various documents.
Setting up a Community Verification System for the Legality of Timber from Community Forests in Cameroon (SVCL)
Supporting farmers' forestry committees and local committees in monitoring the development and management of forestry and wildlife revenues in Cameroon