In the first annual National Climate Week (28 October to 5 November 2021) in the Netherlands, Bertus Buizer, the first Climate Mayor of the municipality of Leeuwarden, kicked off the donation campaign for the study agroforestry of Paula Noubissie in Cameroon, a joint project with the Support Underprivileged in Cameroon Foundation (SSKK) and the Sustainable Agriculture and Energy in Cameroon Foundation (SDLEK) with the support of the Sustainable Food Supply Foundation (SFSF).
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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. Trees are good for soil and agriculture.
Only together can we make the food supply in Cameroon and the climate in general better and healthier, also for future generations.