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Pictures Of Sustainable Strategies And Practices For Development Part 2 By Arrey Mbongaya Ivo

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Pictures on workshop "Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development 2010" and "Fighting Poverty and Engaging Conservation through Sounds 2010" organized by African Centre …

Pictures on workshop "Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development 2010" and "Fighting Poverty and Engaging Conservation through Sounds 2010" organized by African Centre for Community and Development headed by Arrey Mbongaya Ivo.©2010 African Centre for Community and Development. All rights reserved. http://www.africancentreforcommunity.com, http://youtube.com/user/AfricanCentreforCom, http://community.eldis.org/falcazo

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  • 1. Pictures of the Events “Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development 2010” and “Fighting Poverty and Engaging Conservation through Sounds 2010” Part 2 Author: Arrey Mbongaya Ivo Organized by African Centre for Community and Development 9-10th October 2010, Limbe, Cameroon ©2010 African Centre for Community and Development. All rights reserved
  • 2. Author: Arrey Mbongaya Ivo Director of African Centre for Community and Development (Organizer of Events)
  • 3. Author’s Note • Welcome to Part 2 of Pictures of the Events “Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development 2010” and “Fighting Poverty and Engaging Conservation through Sounds 2010” • This publication will focus on the build up of stakeholders, presentations as well as some animations from the Bangalem Dance (from North West), the Nganya (from Fako) and Monikim (from Manyu) that participated in the above cited events organized by African Centre for Community and Development on the 9th and 10th of October 2010 in Limbe, Cameroon. • It is aimed at showcasing the pictures and works of stakeholders in colour as well as painting the true depth of stakeholder participation in the conference and in the achievement of a framework on Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development from that part of the world. The frame work is expected to be used by development stakeholders worldwide as a tested route or tool to sustainable development. • Enjoy.
  • 4. Arrival of Stakeholders Top Left: Elsie Foletia, Kate Foletia, Babila Adolphus (Limbe Botanic Garden Protocol), David Chick (BIPAHET-CIG) Top Right: Eugene Banjo, Penda W (Musicians) Bottom Right: Sophie Meilvang (Limbe Wildlife Centre)
  • 5. Arrival of Stakeholders Continues… Above left Dr Eyabi Eyabi George Divine from the Fisheries Research Centre IRAD Batoke who later talked on sustainable solar dryers.. Above Right Mr Tandungang Alexander of FENDEGG NGO who later presented a paper on “integrating tress into the farming system”.
  • 6. Stakeholders talk to African Centre for Community and Development as part of stakeholders’ Consultation slot… Melvin Wajiri, Head of PEP Education Programme, Cameroon Helen Nwana Allotey, Geologist Euro Oil, Director of Renewed Hopes Dr Chiambeng George Yongbi, Director of Fisheries Centre IRAD, Batoke Mr Taku Julius, Douala APH
  • 7. Presentations at the Conference on Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development 2010
  • 8. Dr Eyabi Eyabi Georges presents sustainable fish ovens and solar dryers
  • 9. Mr Tandungang Alexander of FENDEGG NGO presenting “Integrating Trees into the Farming System”
  • 10. The Director of African Centre for Community and Development Arrey Mbongaya Ivo presents Can Edible Frogs Help? Cameroon and many African countries are hit by high meat prices and no access to vital proteins like fish. hence need alternatives to boost access levels among sub-populations..
  • 11. Dr Chiambeng George Yongbi of IRAD makes links between HIV/AIDS, Coastal Communities and Sustainable Development as well as data collected from relevant field works and research…
  • 12. Barrister Obi Arrey Emmanuel targets land tenure and Sustainability…
  • 13. The Director of AnjiDaughtson F.T.Ndenecho presents…. The Director is presenting “Structures, Infrastructures, networking and capacity building: An integrated approach to Conservation and Sustainable Development”
  • 14. Domestication of Eru (Gnetum spp) in Southwest Cameroon; Case study of CENDEP’s field based Eru Cultivation Intervention by Tanda Godwin (Project and Capacity Building Officer, CENDEP, Limbe)
  • 15. Ndip Arrey Kingsley (Economist, Head of Positive Global Coalition) Hammers on Conference theme “Sustainable Strategies and Practices for Development”
  • 16. Nana Daniel of Advisers Agency Douala argues for empowering rural communities with sustainable education processes…
  • 17. Kate Foletia, Skills developer of Women Orientation Association on “How Cassava Flour can be Used as a livelihood tool”
  • 18. Sophie Meilvang of Limbe Wildlife Centre exposes conservation strategies of her organization and community conservation engagements with stakeholders in Batoke etc
  • 19. Twin presentation by David Chick and Benjamin Jayin Jom of BIPAHET-CIG on Ecotourism strategies and hurdles around Mount Fako Forest Area etc.. Benjamin Jayin Jom David Chick
  • 20. Melvin Wajiri of PEP Education Cameroon targets tested strategies on HIV/AIDS awareness among youths etc and links to sustainable development
  • 21. Elsie Foletia of Women Orientation Association reciting poetry on African Renaissance
  • 22. Mofor Chris (Consultant) talks on Best Practices for Urban Sustainable Development in Cameroon and Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 23. Basil Azefor of AYOUSED’S (NGO) Presentation on Local Governance as a Tool for Sustainable Development
  • 24. Matilda Chibukwe of Forest House on Marketing Non Timber Forest Products as a sustainable livelihoods tool…
  • 25. Yves Nathan (Forestry Expert) Limbe Botanic Garden on “Les Agro forêts à base de Cacaoyer: Une bonne stratégie pour l’utilisation durable des terres et la Conservation de la biodiversité dans les régions de Okola, Mfou et Ebolowa..
  • 26. Mr Hans Mbome Director of CAFOTOLD links elderly people to sustainable strategies and practices for development
  • 27. The Director (Organizer) of African Centre for Community and Development on “how Africa should approach her sustainable development”
  • 28. Pictures of Participatory reactions from Stakeholders…
  • 29. Pictures of Participatory reactions from Stakeholders…
  • 30. Pictures of Participatory reactions from Stakeholders…
  • 31. Gearing for “Dancing for Sustainability” at the Conference
  • 32. The Director of African Centre for Community and Development leads stakeholders in “Dancing for Sustainability” and Fighting Poverty and Engaging Conservation through Sounds” 2010
  • 33. The Director of African Centre for Community and Development leads stakeholders in “Dancing for Sustainability” and Fighting Poverty and Engaging Conservation through Sounds” 2010
  • 34. Moderator Henry Allotey of Cameroon Development Corporation (CDC) at work….
  • 35. Joseph Mbelle (Resource Person) Reflective…
  • 36. Conclusion • I have brought to you much of the moments in this workshop. I still though think that the side of animations that took place in the events were very broad. The dancing of traditional groups and delegates is a unique experience in itself hence why the third volume of this work will concentrate on those pictures during the workshop. It is for also the same reason that the next volume or Part 3 will be titled “Dancing for Sustainability” which was also a theme and slot in the Conference proper. • We also invite you therefore to use African Centre for Community and Development as your partner, event organizer or outsourcing institution, dissemination organ or project manager, if you are into development management or seeking to venture into foreign Direct Investments or poverty alleviation schemes.
  • 37. Contacts • Contacts: ivoemmanuelarrey@yahoo.com • ivo@africancentreforcommunity.com • Skype: arrey.mbongaya.ivo • Websites: http://www.africancentreforcommunity.com • http://youtube.com/user/AfricanCentreforCom • http://www.en-gb.connect.facebook.com/pages/Africa
  • 38. ©2010 African Centre for Community and Development. All rights reserved.

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