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

Country: Cameroon
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Head of the organisation: Tcharbuahbokengo NFINN, Director General
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Tel: +237 678 355 393

Mission and vision

The initial idea and intentions for the formation of FEEDAR & HR were to bring decency into the agricultural sector, prevent corrupt practices in the food security and nutrition sector, as well as to bring poverty levels the Cameroonian population down to less than 25%. Furthermore, important aspects are to bring economic incentives for agricultural production and engage the population on education in all its forms on environmental sustainability, desertification, prevention of pollution, biodiversity and forest conservation. The aims are to improve reproductive human rights, anti-corruption measures, democracy and the fight against diseases, especially HIV/AIDS.

General description of your work in the prevention of and the fight against corruption

Forests and biodiversity sector, increasing the capacities of communities and stakeholders through advocacy, training, and capacity development.

We are championing the promotion of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Agenda 2030. Especially, synergies between the government and the civil society are promoted in all areas that deal with corruption.

Describe your organisation’s work linked with the UN Convention against Corruption

Advocacy activities, trainings and capacity building on various aspects of corruption in agriculture, forestry, and environmental sustainability is what our work is based on.

Specific description of the CSO work in link with the review mechanism of the UNCAC

With the complex nature of the terrain, we try as much as possible to create partnerships with all government ministries and relevant stakeholders working on the domain of corruption and drugs. We do this through the organisation of participatory conferences, seminars, meetings and bringing stakeholders together.

If you or someone from your organisation has participated in a workshop on UNCAC and its review mechanism organised by UNODC/UNCAC Coalition, please indicate who, when and where

Mr Tcharbuahbokengo NFINN from Cameroon and Mr Nwaemere Wisdom Nnodim from Nigeria participated in the Convention Against Transnational Organized Crime 15–19 October 2019, Vienna, Austria.

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