Cameroon is one of the eleven areas in the world where, according to the World Wildlife Fund, the most drastic deforestation is taking place. This has a direct influence on the climate and also on the livelihoods of many small-scale farmers. The young student Paula Noubissie (21) from Cameroon wants to do something about it. To do this, she wants to follow the Master Forest and Nature Conservation/Agroforestry at Wageningen University and has meanwhile been admitted for the study.
Paula herself and her parents cannot afford the study. That is why the Support Underprivileged in Cameroon Foundation (SSKK) and the Foundation for Sustainable Agriculture and Energy in Cameroon (SDLEK) have joined forces to conduct a donation campaign for Paula’s study with the support of the Sustainable Food Supply Foundation (SFSF) and Bertus Buizer of Buizer Advies BV (Leeuwarden, Netherlands).
Only together can we make the food supply in Cameroon and the climate in general better and healthier, also for future generations.
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