This book describes and analyzes the issues surrounding the (lack of) management and conservation of the Tubah Upland watershed in the Tubah subdivision of the Northwest Region of Cameroon. A booming population influence by the creation of Bamenda University and many other private higher institutions of learning, combined with unsustainable farming practices in a bit to feed this ever growing population, overgrazing, inter-tribal conflicts and an ongoing agricultural expansion, has led to degradation of the Upland watershed resource. This is further compounded by competitive pressures, conflict, and a lack of effective governance for the area.
Jaff Francis Agiamntebom
Jaff Francis Agiamntebom is a development practitioner with more than 12 years working experience in nonprofit organizations, government institutions and other private sectors in Cameroon. Mr Jaff also has experience in project proposal development, implementation and evaluation in the areas of Natural Resources Management.
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Integrated Water Resources Management, Tubah Upland Watershed, deforestation, water catchments, Water management committee
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management