Samuel Nguiffo (Centre for Environment and Development)

Type: Person
Name: Samuel Nguiffo (Centre for Environment and Development) (Samuel Nguiffo)
Organization: Centre for Environment and Development
Nationality: Cameroon
Fact Sheet: Biography for Samuel Nguiffo
First reported Aug 15 2014 - Updated Aug 16 2014 - 1 reports

Adaptation Gaps - Farmers Fork Out More for Reduced Harvests

By Monde Kingsley NforYaounde — In Cameroon's Northwest Region, Judith Muma walks 9km from her home to her 300-square-metre farm. The vegetables she grows here are flourishing thanks to the money she has borrowed from her njangi (thrift group) and a local ... [Published - Aug 15 2014]
First reported Jul 12 2014 - Updated Jul 12 2014 - 1 reports

When Wall Street Went To Africa

Christiane Badgley Is A Documentary Filmmaker And Journalist Who Has Worked On Stories And Projects In Africa For More Than 20 YearsTALANGAYE, Cameroon At the main gate of the Herakles Farms plantation, a large billboard reads, "Contributing to a sustainable ... [Published Modern Ghana - Jul 12 2014]

Quotes nothing and then flip it for a quick profit -- all with the assistance of officials who place their own financial gain over the greater good. "at the same time cameroon is giving away the country to export-oriented agricultural ventures, the country is importing 300 billion fcfa [$600 million] of food each year" Nguiffo said. "The world is upside down."

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