by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 272-285.
|Other titles||Soils and ecology of West Cameroun.|
|Statement||by P. Hawkins and M. Brunt.|
|Series||FAO report ; no. 2083|
|Contributions||Brunt, M., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||S401.U6 A225 no. 2083, S599.5.C32 A225 no. 2083|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. (516 p.,  leaves of plates) :|
|Number of Pages||516|
|LC Control Number||76372255|
Much of the area of present-day Cameroon was ruled by powerful chiefdoms before becoming a German colony in known as Kamerun. After World War I, the territory was divided between France and the UK as League of Nations mandates. French Cameroon became independent in as the Republic of Cameroon. Cameroun - the soils and ecology of West Cameroun /a broas reconnaissance survey, with special reference to the Bamenda area/ - Report to the government. By BRUNT M and HAWKINS P. Topics: MAPS, EPTA PROJECT, Author: BRUNT M and HAWKINS P. residues in some fishes and plants that are sold in some markets in Cameroon has been found to be as a result of the uncontrolled use of pesticides in fishing (Gimou et al., ). This uncontrolled use has equally been the source of to the nearly two million tons of contaminated soil with POPs pesticides spread in the ten Regions of country. The government of Cameroon has urged all travellers coming into Cameroon from countries affected by the COVID to self quarantine for fourteen days. The recommendation was made by the Minister of Public Health Dr Malachie Manaouda at the weekend after the confirmation of a third case of the COVID on Cameroonian soil.
The root of the 'anglophone problem' in Cameroon may be traced back to , when the political elites of two territories with different colonial legacies - one French and the other British. The Soils and Ecology of West Cameroon. Report to the Government of Cameroon. 2 vols. FAO Expanded Program of Technical Assistance . In Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, the government was forced to launch a water facility at the outskirts of the city to exploit water from the river Mungo to salvage a worsening water crisis. In and even in , prolonged rains in some parts of Cameroon led to soil erosion of alluvial soils in many agricultural communities. The study on environment and development has driven the development of a university tendency said political ecology. This tendency, which emerges in confrontation or in opposition with cultural human ecology, analyses essentially power and the fight for power in matters of management of the environment. The question of mondialization of speeches and the domination of a small number .
In this respect, it should primarily be underscored that the Government of Cameroon considers that, in as much as Cameroon's eligibility for AGOA resulted from a sovereign decision of the United. Le Mont Cameroun se situe à peu près au centre de cette région et constitue l’un des centres de diversité végétale de l’Afrique. Au moins 50 espèces et 3 genres sont strictement endémiques et 50 autres espèces subendémiques du massif principal et des piedmonts. Background. Schistosomiasis and soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH) are widely distributed in Cameroon. Although mass drug administration (MDA) of mebendazole is implemented nationwide, treatment with praziquantel was so far limited to the three northern regions and few health districts in the southern part of Cameroon, based on previous mapping conducted 25 years ago. HAWKINS R., and BRUNT G., , The Soils and Ecology of West Cameroon, Volume 1, FAO, Rome, P.  HAWKINS P., and Brunt M., , Report to the Government of Cameroon on Soils and Ecology of West Cameroon. Report No Rome FAO.  MBANGA L., A., and HUMPHREY N., , Participation of Farmers’ Groups as a Panacea for Revamping the.