AJVC participation conflict management training


Under the impetus of civil society organizations with the support of the African Development Bank, the conflict management-training workshop was held at the Hilton hotel in the city of Yaoundé in Cameroon.

The theme of this workshop: Managing complaints from people who have suffered any prejudice from projects funded by the African Development Bank.

The Cameroon Green Youth Association as a member of the CSO platform took part in the workshop, the objectives being as follows:

Strengthen the capacities of non-state actors in the system for managing complaints from people who have suffered some harm from projects financed by the AfDB "African Development Bank"

Summary of the points discussed

The meeting took place in 14 sessions with the speech by SOLOMANE KONE Director of Cameroon countries of the AfDB for the welcoming speech, this being part of session 1. Then the presentation of the other sessions by other speakers

The recommendations

- Set up a network of the effective platform and functional group

- Put a network in each country based on the criteria

- Osc in these countries on the basis of the ADB

- Map the osc in the zones where the projects take place by country

Contact the former osc trained

- Search for the empowerment of the "fundraising" network platform

AJVC participation report to the civil society consultation workshop for the validation of the national REDD+

AJVC participation report to the civil society consultation workshop for the validation of the national REDD + strategy

Held in Bertoua from April 26 to 27, 2018 in the conference room of the Mansa hotel, the consultation workshop for civil society in the agro-ecological zone with bimodal rainfall for the validation of the National REDD + strategy.

This working meeting the participation of representatives of indigenous peoples, the REDD and climate change platform, forest management associations and young people. It is this framework that the Green Youth Association of Cameroon (AJVC), invited by the REDD + technical secretariat, took part in the work.

The objective of the workshop

The objective of this workshop was to consult stakeholders to validate the national REDD + strategy

Specific objectives

It is about:

- Present the components by component in the 5 agro-ecological zones the document of the national strategy (background and structure)

- Collect all the essential contributions to the improvement of the document presented

- Integrated into the strategy all comments and suggestions from stakeholders

AJVC's participation focused on (strategic options to deal with deforestation and forest degradation)

Partcipation AJVC of the 18th CBFP RDP

Civil society contribution project to the discussion on the economy and sustainable forest management within the framework of the 18th CBFP RDP



The central theme of the 18th meeting of the parties of the CBFP which deals with the sustainability of the forests of the Congo Basin inevitably raises the question of the interrelation between conservation and economic development.

Principle 4 of the Rio Declaration states, in essence, that to achieve sustainable development, conservation must be an integral part of development and cannot be seen in isolation. So in a context where the sub-region, in search of its emergence, is experiencing renewed investment.

In sectors such as mining, food and agriculture, infrastructure and other large-scale projects, it is imperative to ensure the effective integration of conservation imperatives into these investments.

The question should not only be that of the impact of non-forest sectors on the Congo Basin forests, but also those of the opportunities they offer for the conservation of these forests. The lack of a real strategy to capitalize, pool and synergize the opportunities linked to this integration leads to isolated actions by a few operators with no real impact on the scale of the conservation needs of the Congo Basin.

The civil society of the Congo Basin can, through its plural composition and through its role of alert but also of accompaniment of the various actors concerned, contribute to the establishment of integrated investment frameworks in favor of sustainable forest management, which would be fed by the contributions of non-forestry investments.

Linking these executives to ongoing initiatives such as the blue fund for the Congo Basin, the fund for the green economy in Central Africa, etc. would make it possible to derive even more benefits.

Participation AJVC in GT BAC 27 JUNE 13-16, 2018



The Central African Biodiversity Working Group "GTBAC" met in Douala, Cameroon for its twenty-seventh working sessions

The objectives for this are:

The most specific

  • Review the various agenda items of SBSTTA and SBI-2, identify the themes relevant to Central Africa and adopt the common positions of the COMIFAC countries on these themes
  • Take stock of the progress of the national reporting processes
  • Take stock of the implementation of the various ABS projects in the COMIFAC countries
  • Restore exchanges on the conclusions of regional and international sub regional meetings
  • Assess the state of implementation of the 2018 GTBAC roadmap
  • Prepare the participation of COMIFAC space delegates to the 2nd
  • Meeting of the subsidiary body responsible for providing scientific technical and technological advice
  • And the second meeting of the subsidiary body responsible for the implementation of the CBD

The expected results:

1-The document of the common positions of the COMIFAC countries on the points to be examined during the meeting of SBSTTA 22 and the meeting of SBI-2 was adopted

2-Lessons learned on the implementation of ABS projects at national and sub-regional levels

3-Tdrs and process for preparing the validated summary report

4-The level of implementation of the 2018 roadmap is known and lessons learned and shared

Points discussed

  • Session 1: introduction
  • Session 2: information questionsü
  • Session 3: questions requiring further examinationü
  • Session 4: initiatives related to the CBDü
  • Session 5: various questionsü
  • Session 6: closingü

Forum hydrométéorologique de la CEEAC


Forum Hydrométéorologique De La CEEAC

Le forum hydromet la CEEAC s’est tenu à Libreville au Gabon du 14 au 16 novembre 2018. 

C’est dans le cadre du programme ACP- UE pour la résilience aux catastrophes en Afrique subsaharienne qu’une invitation a été adressée à la coordinatrice du réseau des jeunes des forets d’Afrique centrale – REJEFAC.

A cet effet ladite rencontre qui a débuté le mercredi 14, présente plusieurs articulations entre autre :

  • Les sessions plénières le statut de la météo et service de gestion des risques liés à l'eau et aux catastrophes
  • Panel de discussion, challenge et opportunité pour le service de gestion des risques liés à la météo et l’hydrologie en Afrique centrale
  • Impact des phénomènes météorologiques et climatiques extrêmes sur les pays et les régions des communautés
  • Perspectives des représentants des femmes et des jeunes de la région dans la communauté
  • Financement météo climat eau et service d'alerte précoce en Afrique centrale
  • La journée de jeudi est sanctionnée par une plénière en deux temps sur les connaissances et l’apprentissage des risques liés aux catastrophes naturels.
  • La présentation et panel de discussion avec les experts.
  • Et enfin la dernière journée est axée sur trois plénières
  • Relier les initiatives régionales et le renforcement des capacités
  • À l'appui de services météorologiques, climatiques, aquatiques et d'alerte précoce efficaces
  • Mobiliser les partenariats et le secteur privé
  • Plan d'action pour la modernisation des services hydrologiques et météorologiques nationaux
  • Et pour la clôture une photo de famille

Cet événement qui a réuni plus de 200 participants en provenance des onze Etats membre de la CEEAC et diverses institutions partenaires a pour objectif de construire la résilience aux aléas naturels dans les régions, les pays et les collectivités en Afrique sub-saharienne 

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ECCAS Hydrometeorological Forum

The ECCAS hydromet forum was held in Libreville, Gabon from November 14 to 16, 2018.

It was within the framework of the ACP-EU program for disaster resilience in sub-Saharan Africa that an invitation was sent to the coordinator of the network of young people of the forests of central Africa - REJEFAC.

To this end, said meeting, which began on Wednesday 14, presents several articulations, among others:

  • •plenary sessions the status of the weather and water and disaster risk management service
  • •discussion panel, challenge and opportunity for the weather and hydrology risk management service in Central Africa
  • •impact of extreme weather and climate phenomena on countries and regions of communities
  • •perspectives of local women and youth representatives in the community
  • •weather, climate, water financing and early warning service in Central Africa
  • •Thursday is punctuated by a two-part plenary on understanding and learning about risks linked to natural disasters.
  • •Presentation and panel discussion with experts.
  • •And finally, the last day focuses on three plenaries
  • •link regional initiatives and capacity building
  • • In support of effective meteorological, climatic, aquatic and early warning services
  • •mobilize partnerships and the private sector
  • •action plan for the modernization of national hydrological and meteorological services
  • •and for the closing a family photo

This event which brought together more than 200 participants from the eleven member states of ECCAS and various partner institutions aims to build resilience to natural hazards in regions, countries and communities in sub-Saharan Africa.