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CAMGEW was created in 2007 and from 2012 to 2020 planted 87.300 bee loving trees in Kilum-Ijim forest in areas destroyed by bushfire, 50.00 person become nature lovers. She developed 3 nurseries with 100.000 trees, trained 1.600 bee farmers in apiculture, distributed 1500 beehives and organized them to 5 cooperatives and created HONEYSHOP in Bamenda to sale honey. 225 youths and women have been trained on entrepreneurship in honey value chain development and created Forest plateform. 772 farmers received training on agroforestry techniques, 1580 women received on business skills while 1325 assistance (US$5500 monthly).
Cameroon Gender and Environment Watch