The Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR and World Agroforestry (ICRAF) joined forces in 2019, leveraging a combined 65 years’ experience in research on the role of forests and trees in solving critical global challenges.
CIFOR-ICRAF’s website cifor-icraf.org features
CIFOR advances human well-being, equity and environmental integrity by conducting innovative research, developing partners’ capacity, and actively engaging in dialogue with all stakeholders to inform policies and practices that affect forests and people. CIFOR is a CGIAR Research Center, and leads the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry (FTA).
Our headquarters are in Bogor, Indonesia, with offices in Nairobi, Kenya; Yaounde, Cameroon; and Lima, Peru.
CIFOR achieves science-driven impact. We conduct innovative research, strengthen partners’ capacity and actively engage in dialogue with all stakeholders, bringing the latest insights on forests and people to global decision making.
CIFOR’s headquarters are in Bogor, Indonesia, with offices in Nairobi, Kenya; Yaounde, Cameroon; Lima, Peru and Bonn, Germany. Together, our researchers are working in more than 50 countries.
This is a special issue of International Forestry Review on Valuing the Cameroonian Forest. Complete list of articles are:
Valuing the Cameroonian forest Editorial
Cameroon's forest policy within the overall national land use framework: from sectorial approaches to global coherence?
Review and combination of recent remote sensing based products for forest cover change assessments in Cameroon
The technical and political challenges of the industrial forest sector in Cameroon
Contributions of community and individual small-scale logging to sustainable timber management in Cameroon
Economic and social importance of fuelwood in Cameroon
Vegetal non-timber forest products in Cameroon, contribution to the national economy
Will the proposed forest policy and regulatory reforms boost the NTFP sector in Cameroon?
Financial and economic values of bushmeat in rural and urban livelihoods in Cameroon: Inputs to the development of public policy
Does trophy hunting remain a profitable business model for conserving biodiversity in Cameroon?
Valuation of forest carbon stocks to estimate the potential for result-based payment under REDD+ in Cameroon
Learning from change in the Sangha Tri-National landscape
International Forestry Review 18(Supplement 1)
Lescuyer, G.; Eba'a Atyi, R.; Nasi, R.; Fomete Nembot, T.; (eds.)