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The Federation of Environmental and Ecological Diversity for Agricultural Revampment and Human Rights (FEEDAR & HR) began in 1997 in a small town called Kwakwa Bakundu in Meme Division of the South West Region of the Republic of Cameroon.It gained legal status on the 24th August 2000. It was formed by a group of farmers as an Association, a non political and non profit making organization to;

To reduce deforestation, illegal logging and increase the surface area of carbon absorption in the atmosphere and fighting Climate Change.
To reverse the state of affairs in restoring the various ecosystems within farming lands, reserved forests and river basins of Cameroon
To increase agricultural production as a means to alleviate rural poverty and hunger
To contribute to sustainable development and the fundamental human rights of peasant farmers especially as many diseases like HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB continues to threaten the lives of people in these communities.
To fight corruption, promote democracy, the rule of law and enforce human rights Practices

B: Achievements:
1) We have contributed to the initiation of over 700 Groups and Associations involved in sustainable development, community forestry promotion, environmental protection, sustainable development, democracy ,Human rights and HIVaids prevention and to contribute protect the following forests, particularly in;

The Meme River Forest Reserve,
The Meme River Community Forest
The Rumpi Wildlife

4) We hold Special Consultative Status to the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations ECOSOC, Accredited to the United Nations Environment Program Governing Council UNEP , The United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification UNCCD,The Global Environment Facility GEF ,The UN Drug Agency, THe UN WIPO, The United Nation Human Rights Council, United Nations department of public information and many others.

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  T. NFINN  06 May 2010 at 09:59 AM


Young persons between the ages of 18-35 years coming from a diverse educational background especially from schools, colleges, universities and other institutions of learning will be giving assistance to communities in Cameroon.

This will be based on personal skills and devotion in promoting an effort in archiving the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) target date by 2015 following initiatives;

Promote Education

Promote environmental sustainability and arrest climate change effects.

Promotion Social issues and Art work

Combat Hunger and poverty

Combat HIV/aids and diseases

Bridging Gender Equity and Equality

Alternative sources of income to sustainable rural development.

Develop partnership on trade, marketing Development.


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