Monday, 24 September 2018

'Mokpe' Education Program

Wednesday, 24 January 2018


Rich in biodiversity, the Mount Cameroon Area is becoming a center for settlement for people from different communities. Considering the Hospitable culture from the inhabitants within this area, easy accessibility to every section of the area, favorable climatic condition, fertile volcanic soil and most of all being a touristic destination. All these has influence the immigration, settlement and natural resource exploitation pattern of this area. In this light, over exploitation, wildlife conflict, indiscriminate natural resource exploitation, agricultural expansion and what have you is leading to the extinction of some prestigious flora and faunae, habitat loss and loss of conservation space etc.

On the other hand, Honey hunting has for long been one of the traditional practice as the majority of the inhabitants relied on wild honey hunting which has other wise been known to be the major source of bush fire and loss of habitat. Considering the importance of this precious liquid; ranging from medicinal, production and nutritional value. Today, Global Hand Cameroon is educating communities on sustainable harvesting of this liquid gold through modern Bee Farming system using the Kenyan Top-Bar Hive (KTBH).

Among the over 41 communities sharing direct boundary with the Mount Cameroon National Park, the introduction of this practice has not been wholly accepted reasons been that some community member can not construct the hive, the KTBH is expensive, some are unable to manage the hives, and the longevity from setting-up and harvesting.

Considering that some of these community members cannot read nor write, we are looking forward to a more practical approach to pass and implement this concept. On realization of this activity, household and community livelihood will improve because these household will have a regular and sustainable income. This activity will equally enhance the interaction between humans and the ecosystem.

Today Global Hand Cameroon has open a pilot farm to promote the culture of modern Bee Farming System. Meanwhile, we look forward to introduce the aspect of transformation of honey and its bi-product thereby adding value to their produce and increasing their individual income.

Saturday, 30 September 2017


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Limbe to our office
Douala (airport) to our office

Saturday, 22 July 2017


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Crater Lake: Elephant Drinking Point

Wildlife Opening

Flowering Plants of Mount Cameroon

Elephant View Point at Crater Lake

Friday, 21 July 2017


Pioneer plants on the 1982 Lava Flow

A view of the Junior Mount Cameroon Malabo from Mount Cameroon

Platforms for Tent Camping


Restaurant at Mann-Spring

Pipe born water from the Spring

Back view of the Lodge

Front View


Cruising across the third phase of the 1982 Lava flow

Thursday, 29 June 2017

Face-lift of Ecotourism Facilities

Mount Cameroon been a recommended biodiversity hot spot, and one of the most visited places in the world today influenced the Cameroon government to upgrade it to a touristic destination. Through this , some infrastructural development were designed an implemented with assistance from the Program for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources for the South West Region and The Competitive Value Chain Project through the World Bank.
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Restaurant at Mann Spring

Water Tank; Mann Spring

Eco - Lodge

Platforms; camping  with tent

Elephant View Point at the Crater Lake
Front view of the Crater Lake (the Elephant drinking point) from the watch tower