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WASH Project

We partner with primary and secondary schools in Buea and deliver practical lessons on menstrual hygienne, developing tree nurseries, basic environmental sanitation, developing and maintaining a tipping tap especially in water scare areas. We are presently partnering with Government School Muea where we are working with 60 students in forms 1,2 and 3.

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Community Orchard for Kids by Kids

Southwestern Cameroon is relatively green but this region’s forests are increasingly under threat. Data suggests that Cameroon will lose 1/5 of its existing cover over the next year, a realization that does not bode well for the area’s increasingly anomalous climate.

Meg Wah’s Community Orchard for Kids by Kids project seeks to break the cycle of deforestation and over-exploitation of land by combining environmental stewardship and economic opportunity. Thus far, 5 community orchards have been planted benefiting over 300 impoverished rural children. The fruit will then be sold to create economic incentives for villagers as a method in which to prevent further cutting and burning of the area’s precious forests.



According to the U.N. FAO, 42.1% of Cameroon is forested. Of this forest cover, 1% is lost annually. At this alarming deforestation rate, if care is not taken the next generation will risk not having any forest. Our current generation is responsible for climate change and the continued degradation of the environment. Yet our generation is still reluctant to take urgent action to preserve a safer and cleaner earth for our children. This reluctant attitude to preserve the deteriorating environment is reflected in the United State government (The world’s leading nation) pulling out of the COP 21 climate agreement.

While the world is still in the midst of divided attention to take urgent action against the devastating changing climate/deteriorating environment, the World Health Organization continues to warn with heartbreaking statistics that over 60,000 people die from exacerbated disasters each year in developing countries alone while between 2030 and 2050 over 250,000 additional death is expected globally as a result of climate change.

It is against this backdrop that Meg Wah tilted their attention towards causing a mindset shift in children that will inspire greater ambitious action and champion the course for a safer and cleaner planet Earth. Eco-Camp Project has been designed as one of Meg Wah’s annual programs to get engage, involve, ignite and amplify the voices of children so they can champion environmental issues.

Goals of the Eco-Camp Project

Raise Young Environmental Ambassadors/leaders that will champion the course for a healthier, cleaner, and safer environment.
Caused a mindset shift and build habits in children toward environmental restoration.
Raise awareness of critical environmental problems among children so they can be part of the solution.

Harnessing and Promoting Local and Traditional Knowledge in Conservation

This project aims to harness and scale up a proven local solution and sustainable farming practice of integrating cocoa in already existing wild durra palm lands and make it known to other cocoa farming communities in the entire Wabane communities, South West Region of Cameroon. 50 cocoa farming households have been identified and trained on the local sustainable farming practice, creating a learning platform that will allow over 100 farmers to interact with each other and learn about this proven local sustainable farming practice through workshops, group discussions, and brainstorming. In addition, farm-to-farm exchange visits have been created.

Agroforestry project

Meg Wah carried out a pilot agroforestry project in a village named Tali 1, in South West Region of Cameroon.

The goal of the project was to reduce deforestation and enhance livelihoods. 30 trained cocoa farming families benefited from a tree nursery with 3000 agroforestry trees. Elementary school children served as caretakers of the trees when they were planted in the cocoa farms. In the long run, the project will increase the carbon sink, water, and nutrient retention ability of the Tali 1 community. The project  was a success and we want to replicate it to benefit other families in the area and the region



The alarming deforestation, devastating climate change, and the deterioration environment put the future of our children to question. This project was initiated for children (5 to 15 years) in Cameroon for experiential environmental education. The goal of the project is to Raise Young Climate Ambassadors that will champion the course for a greener, sustainable, and safer planet Earth.

Through folktales in Campfire sessions, climate education, climate media & arts sessions, climate information gathering the establishment of community orchards, planting of trees in public spaces, raising trees and restoring degraded watersheds and landscapes etc. we want to boost the zeal of these youngsters for climate actions and species conservation.

 The trained climate ambassadors are actively educating their peers in their communities and schools. This we believe will go a long way to raise young leaders that are environmentally aware and that will take proactive actions towards climate action, environmental restoration and hence limit the rate of forest loss in Cameroon.

The program is Meg Wah’s flagship annual program being jointly developed and implemented by Meg Wah and Voice of Nature (VoNat). The project has raised 950 young climate ambassadors from the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon after 5 consecutive years and about extending to other Regions of the country.

Leadership Training

Through our youth leadership program, we carry out different projects that provide tailored trainings to empower young people (18 to 35 years) as environmental leaders. They are equipped with practical skills to conduct conservation projects in their communities. The leadership skills among others include; effective communication, critical thinking, project management basics, and managing people and time. Through knowledge sharing and collaboration, we support these Ambassadors in implementing practical steps to protect the environment and address specific challenges. Their work contributes to a better planet.

Our Eco Innovators programs, Climate Draw Down are some of the projects under our youth leadership program. 45 young conservation leaders have been raised through our Youth Leadership program.