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FAP’s major achievements

FAP’s major accomplishments since creation in 2001.

*    Trained 60 men and women on tree nursery establishment and management in Ngoketunjia and Mezam Division of the North West Region and raised 8000 assorted tree seedlings
*    Raised and supplied to communities 40.000 assorted tree seedlings which were planted in watershed, plantations, and community forests in Mezam and Bui Divisions of the North West Region.
*    Trained the Muffuo II, Sabga and Ber Communities of the North West Region on watershed protection, tree planting and management of planted areas and planted 18,000 trees to protect and enriched their water catchments areas.
*    Trained 145 craftsmen and some forest dependent users in Ngoketunjia and Mezam Divisions on modern beekeeping and supplied 98 Modern Bee hives to them.
*    Supervised the construction of 220 modern bee hives using local materials in Ngoketunjia and Mezam Divisions.
*    Trained 400 farmers on Agroforestry and improved farming practices around sacret forest and water catchment areas in five communities of the North West Region.
*    Executed fire fighting, patrolling and the replacement of 1000 eucalyptus trees with 2000 prunus Africana tree seedlings in the Upper Shinga Community Forest. (Part of Kilum Mountain forest in Bui Division of the North West Region).
*    Assisted Wetland users in the Upper Noun Area in the organization of a dialogue platform for conflict resolution especially during transhumance.
*    Surveyed and identified ecotourism attractions in Tubah and Ndop.
*    Organized and reported the world wetland day celebration in the Upper Noun Valley area in 2005, 2007.
*    Trained 90 farmers and grazers in Ngoketunjia Division conflict identification, resolution and management supported by SNV and MBOSCUDA.
*    Identified and prioritize Non wood forest products in Ngoketunjia Division for enterprise development and put in place 8 NTFP enterprises under the support of FAO.
*     Executing Jatropha domestication and local uses of Jatropha oil in collaboration with GREENERY KUMBO supported by GEF-Small grant(UNDP-GEF)
*    Representative of PLANOPAC during the divisional best farm competition in Ngoketunjia
*    Facilitated the identification of some rice farming groups’ problems from production to marketing in Ngoketunjia Division.
*    Trained 500 rice farmers on system of Rice intensification methods.
*    Facilitated workshops on Planning, monitoring and evaluation, Resources mobilization and drawing up of Action plan for 2012 with Water dialogue Platform in Ndu, Kumbo and Bafut Councils in the North west region in collaboration with SNV Highlands.
*    Represent Cameroon in Indonesia on Human Right Workshop for ten days
*    FAP was one of the two executing organizations of a land security and capacity building project for wetland users in the Upper Noun Valley area of the North West Region. This project was funded by UNDP through the APREN initiative.
·        Promoting System of Rice Intensification(SRI) in Ndop Ngoketunjia Division.
Results as of date 500 farmers trained and are practicing SRI
·        Establishment and management of ANALOG forestry Demonstration site in Bamessing Ndop supported by IAFN Costerica
Results as of date: 5000 fruit trees, soil enrichment and forest species planted and 2 hectares of indigenous vegetation protected.
·        Tree planting for the protection of 5 water catchment areas in Bamessing and Bamali Villages in Ndop supported by New England Biolabs USA
Results as of date: 10.000 assorted tree seedlings planted in 3 watercatchments.
·        Neem tree and market gardening for soci-economic needs and climate change mitigation in Ngoketunjia Division supported by GEF SGP UNDP Cameroon
Results as of date: 500 men,women and youths some living with HIV/AIDS trained onHygien/Sanitation, Bee keeping and market gardening for income and Health while tree nursery establishment and 6000 tree planting to mitigate the effect of climate change.
·        Resettlement of Lake Nyos gas disaster victims in their ancestral villages.