A society free from poverty, gender inequality and unsustainable environmental practices.
We do environmental protection by strengthening the capacity of community members especially women and young people in eco-businesses and forest regeneration for livelihood improvement in the Kilum-Ijim forest area.
An inclusive and sustainably managed Kilum-Ijim forest through forest regeneration and agroforestry for eco-business.
Local government actors supported and citizens’ engagement promoted to ensure effective management of the Kilum-Ijim Forest.
Eco-business operators in Kilum-Ijim Forest area master the techniques of production to produce good quality and sufficient quantity for the market.
Eco-business operators have adequate capacity and have increased revenue through the commercialisation of their products.
Women in the Kilum-Ijim area are empowered and participate in forest management and community development.
CAMGEW will have developed projects and seek funds to handle challenges in the Kilum-Ijim area and develop a good system to manage funds.
CAMGEW will work with like-minded organisations and people to share knowledge, experiences on forest local governance issues and learn from them.