CENDEP - Center for Nursery Development and Eru Propagation
active in the following countries
works with Both ENDS on
In november 2006 CENDEP took part in a workshop on Analog Forestry in Zimbabwe which was organised by Both ENDS. CENDEP is a training centre for farmers in Cameroon. It helps farmers and NGOs domesticate and market bush by-products (NTFP).
added value of partnership
Both ENDS presented CENDEP's approach in the Encyclopaedia article: Differences in NTFP Management between Africa and Asia. Both ENDS has linked CENDEP strategically to IUCN-NL and Cordaid. In addition, Both ENDS created a lobby through which IUCN financed an Analog Forestry project in the Bamenda region.
External link / 24 June 2023
The International Analog Forestry Network (IAFN), a long-term partner of Both ENDS, is inspiring and supporting women's leadership in their communities to restore local ecosystems using natural forests as a model. IAFN successfully built a network of local Analog Forestry Promoters during the pandemic years and consolidated the progress made over the previous two years in 2022.
Publication / 4 November 2022
Publication / 8 January 2021
News / 16 October 2020
To Eric Wirsiy, director of CENDEP, the importance of forests is clear: not only do they function as a "free supermarket", providing foods and other things to local communities, but they are crucial to make landscapes resilient to climate change and other impacts.