After a successful kick off of the bee farming project in Nkogho and Ajayukndip villages of the Eyumojock sub-division, EGI staff go back to talk to the people about their experiences so far.
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Finally, after weeks of preparation both on the side of students and EGI staff, the big day arrived. On 22 March 2014 participating students trooped to BGS Molyko, where the prize giving day was to take place.
This week, our Community and Gender Officer, Ruth Mobia visited Bonakanda-Bova Bee farmers Common Initiative Group (BOBEEGAG) in Buea to exchange ideas on bee farming in the region.
On February 5th, EGI commemorated with students of Government High School (GHS) Bolifamba and other schools to hold discussions about the importance of wetlands to agriculture and to the environment.
Following the training of community members on agro-forestry, each village selected a volunteer to participate in mobilizing fellow villagers to carry out the projects.
With the support of MINEPDED, EGI has been working with teachers in Buea to develop a guide for teachers, which will enable them build effective clubs and facilitate their teaching of environmental issues.
The collection in our resource centre was recently boosted by acquiring online access to thousands of some of the world’s renowned journals after EGI applied to be admitted into two programmes.
On 11 May 2013, four schools (Government Technical High School ,Bilingual Grammar School, St Therese Bilingual College and Government High School Buea Town) took part in the inaugural Eco-challenge.
EGI hosted the inaugual West African round of the Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition, which was held in tandem with the conference held in Buea in December 2012.
For the first time ever, the 14th international wildlife conference was held in Africa. The theme of the conference was “Conserving Africa’s wildlife fauna and flora: the role of international agreements.