This resource page provides background information to better understand the context, Tali, Cameroon, in which the African University campus will be constructed.
Road Access and Projects
Nature and Conservation
- Sustainable NRM through Community Forest. Case study of the buffer zone of the Banyang-Mbo Wildlife sanctuary, Cameroon
- What Potential for Rural Development in Cameroon through the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol Tali-Bara Small-scale Clean Development Mechanism Project Feasibility Case Study, Section 6.1 in What Potential for Rural Development in Cameroon through the Clean Development Mechanism of the Kyoto Protocol
- Wildlife Conservation in the Ebensuk-Mambo and Tali-Bara Communal Forest Area
- Elephant-poaching weapons and new experiences from the Banyang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary, Cameroon
- Tali-Bara Community Forest Management Committee in Global Vision for Community Forestry in the 21st Century: A Call to Action.
- Participatory Forest Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods: Ba yang-Mbo Wildlife Sanctuary
Culture and Politics