Welcome to the website of Community Agriculture and Environmental Protection Association (CAEPA) Cameroon. CAEPA Cameroon is an educative and a research body that was born in 2007 and legally registered in 2009 with the mission to enhance community health, agriculture and environmental protection within Cameroonian communities and beyond. To keep current on our activities and news, please connect with us on Facebook at CAEPA Cameroon.
Agriculture focuses on the improvement of the production and productivity of farmers’ livestock and crops.
Social Affairs works with marginalized communities including Mbororo persons, women, girls, orphans and vulnerable children, and persons living with HIV/AIDS.
Environment and Natural Resources emphasizes environmental education and the development of water catchment areas and community forest management.
Human Rights targets minorities such as Mbororos and persons living HIV/AIDS to advocate for their rights as it relates to access to treatment, care, and support and active participation in decision making processes.
Good Governance monitors projects and presents of the needs of community members to local authorities such as councils, territorial administration, and at the national level.
Cameroon is a Central African nation on the Gulf of Guinea, bordered by Nigeria, Chad, the Central African Republic, the Republic of Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon. It is nearly twice the size of Oregon. Mount Cameroon (13,350 ft; 4,069 m), near the coast, is the highest elevation in the country. The main rivers are the Benue, Nyong, and Sanaga. Agriculture has been a important contributor towards the economy of Cameroon, however in recent few decades rapid urbanization has changed the face of Cameroon. The national Football team is Cameroon is the most successful Football team in Africa having qualified for the FIFA World Cup 6 times.