Environmental Education     -     Serving People & the Planet

Each year ICENECDEV promote environmental conservation education in schools, prisons and local communities in Cameroon by establishing environmental clubs liaison with school administration in primary and secondary schools in Cameroon.

This inspires environmental learning and stewardship among students and pupils appreciate nature and Earth's resources and understanding of the environment. Environmental education resources have reached millions of pupils, students,local inhabitants, inmates, and educators across Cameroon with non-biased and high quality support.

These environmental education resources are motivating the local inhabitants, pupils, and students across the country to take practical actions to improve environmental responsibility.

ICENECDEV promotes also climate change education in schools and local communities in the Mount Cameroon region. Burning and clearing forests emits approximately 18% of the greenhouse gases that cause climate change. Protecting and restoring forests is an essential response to climate change.

According to the inter governmental panel on climate change, halting deforestation and restoring forests while adopting more forest friendly agriculture, and management practices would prevent the emission of more than 300 billion tons of carbon dioxide over the next 40 years.

Reducing greenhouse gas(GHG) emissions and stabilizing atmospheric concentration at 250-450 parts per million carbon dioxide equivalent(ppm C02) is essential. The current GHG level is approximately 390ppm C02.Scientist have estimated that lowering concentrations to 350ppm may enable us to avert tipping points of ocean acidification and melting of permafrost and arctic ice .Stabilization at 450ppm is assumed to be the threshold to avoid dangerous warming of more than 2 degrees Celsius ,which will bring potentially catastrophic impacts for natural and human communities including changing weather patterns impacting food production and species migration.Drought,desertification and flooding may increasingly threaten our coastal communities.

ICENECDEV solution is to promote protection and sustainable management of natural ecosysytems.Protecting the Earth s ecosystem can yield immediate, cost –effective climate change solutions to solve the earth s resources for the future generation.

 

Women Farmers Literacy Center


The project involve the building of hall of two floor of 8 squares metres at lower Bokova Village (mile15) to be used as a community hall for training on agricultural literacy and Community library. The goal of the project is to promote agricultural literacy and improve sustainable livelihood among 2,000 women farmers in village communities in Buea South West Region, Cameroon.

ADDRESS

  • Address: P.O Box 641 Lower Bokova, Mile 15. Buea South West Region,Cameroon
  • Email: info@icenecdev.org
  • Email: icenecdev2006@yahoo.com
  • Website: www.icenecdev.org
  • Tel: +237 674033583/ 243609311

ABOUT US

ICENECDEV is building a global grassroots to raise environmental awareness, promoting education and supporting community development programs by sharing practical ways in which people are addressing environmental conservation issues

PROGRAMMES

Each year ICENECDEV promote environmental conservation education in schools, prisons and local communities in Cameroon by establishing environmental clubs liaison with school administration in primary and secondary schools in Cameroon.

FOR DONATION

  • Name of Bank: Ecobank Cameroon
  • Account Name: ICENECDEV
  • Account Number: CM2110029260220132201840107
  • IBAN: CM2110029260220132201840107
  • Bank Swift Code: ECOCCMCX