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Federation of Environmental and Ecological Diversity for Agricultural Revampment and Human Rights (FEEDAR & HR)

The Federation of Environmental and Ecological Diversity for Agricultural Revampment and Human Rights (FEEDAR & HR) began in 1997 in a small town called Kwakwa Bakundu in Meme Division of the South West Region of the Republic of Cameroon. It was formed by a group of farmers as an Association, a non political and non profit making organization which gained legal status on the 24th August 2000.


Date of Establishment:

24-Aug, 2000

Purpose of Organization:

Objectives:

To reduce deforestation, illegal logging and increase the surface area of carbon absorption in the atmosphere and fighting Climate Change.

To reverse the state of affairs in restoring the various ecosystems within farming lands, reserved forests and river basins of Cameroon

Increase the capacities of peasant farmers to alternative income generating activities than the dependence of Cocoa production only,

To increase agricultural production as a means to alleviate rural poverty and hunger

To contribute to sustainable development and the fundamental human rights of peasant farmers especially as many diseases like HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB continues to threaten the lives of people in these communities.

To fight corruption, promote democracy, the rule of law and enforce human rights Practices
Countries in which organization is active:
  • Cameroon
  • Germany
  • Ghana
  • India
  • Nigeria
  • Turkey

Contact Details
Street Address:
Postal address: FEEDAR & HR, P O Box 321 Kumba Meme, South West Region, Cameroon.

Physical Address: FEEDAR & HR, Meboka Street Krama, Kumba
City/Town:
Kumba
State/Province/Other:
Meme S.W. Region
Country:
Cameroon
Telephone No.:
+23733355226 +23772146390
Website:
http://www.feedar.interconnection.org
Email:
feedarsecretariat@yahoo.com
Organization founded:
Aug-24-2000

NGO Information
Focal Area:
  • Biodiversity
  • Climate Change
  • International Waters
  • Land Degradation
  • Ozone Layer Depletion
  • Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)
  • Organization Type:
  • Indigenous Peoples Organization (IPO)
  • Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
  • Geographic Scope:
  • Global

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