All posts by Mbunya Francis Nkemnyi


Le vendredi, 12 mai 2017,  buea a abrité le lancement official du projet Camergreen développé par  Resource Center for Environment and Sustainable Development(RCESD) dans les locaux de  Curelf, ancien  Alliance Franco. La grandeur de cet événement a dépassé toutes les attentes. La présence du délègue régionale du MINEPDEP  Monsieur SET EKWANDI  et celle du délègue

RCESD Launches Environmental Music Competition

Legendary author Shakespeare once said ‘Fear he who is not moved by music’. In other words he meant everyone loves music and it will be strange to find someone who doesn’t. Perhaps this explains why fast rising NGO, Resource Center for Environment and Sustainable Development(RCESD)  has now derived this new strategy to call for environmental

Chemical fertilizer application and farmers perception on food safety in Buea, Cameroon

*Lekeanju Nguatem Tayoh, Lenyu Mumah Irene Kiyo and Mbunya Francis Nkemnyi Resource Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development (RCESD), Buea, Cameroon Abstract As global population and corresponding environmental threats continue to rise, ensuring food security and safety is a critical challenge. Farmers’ dependent on chemical fertilizers to boost productivity in Cameroon has become a major

Call for Applications: Project Director, RCESD

The Resource Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development (RCESD) carries out capacity building, interdisciplinary research projects and policy engagement activities. Bringing social and natural scientists together, we work in and across the areas of environment, development and governance. We aim at generating new thinking and practical solutions. Our work looks at how environment-development integrity and


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RCESD joined LukMeF for a better Electoral Process in Cameroon

During a one day workshop organized by Martin Luther King Memorial Foundation at trinity hotel conference room Limbe, on the first (1st) of November 2016 thirty five (35) Civil Society organizations (CSOs) were present to receive training on Cameroon electoral process. The training was focused on enabling CSOs to get a clear understanding of the

Counseling for creative leadership

The creative leaders’ program of RCESD is focus on raising creative leaders, not only at the level of the administration but also in elementary schools and colleges. October 14th 2016, was the National Guidance and Counseling Day, with the Theme “Guidance Counseling for the fight against moral decadence in schools”. In line with RCESD’s creative


The international day of climate cation is celebrated yearly on the 24th October. To boost climate change action on this day, RCESD organized a round table conference aim at raising awareness among stakeholders and in crafting strategies to help mitigate climate change effect locally. The round table conference kicked off with a video presentation on the

Support us to feed the malnourished children in Cameroon

DONATE AT:Feed the malnourished in Cameroon   More than 80% of children in rural communities are malnourished. Inadequate diet supplement, education and livelihood support options are some of the main challenges in providing balance diet to children. The project will support about 1500 children in Manyu division, Cameroon suffering from malnutrition by training and supporting

Man & nature conflict: Are the Wouri people in Cameroon despising the mangroves?

Man and nature conflicts are common in many parts of the world. There arises a debate on whether the human need should be a priority over nature conservation; SUSTAINABILITY is the goal because humans cannot do without nature. Conservation International’s “Nature is speaking” calls us all to listen to nature and reminds us that nature