New Project: SIRDEP Selected as a Local Capacity Builder for Water Catchment Protection

We are happy to announce that SIRDEP has recently signed a letter of commitment with the Netherlands Development Organization- Cameroon (SNV) as a local capacity builder.

SIRDEP will be providing advisory assistance to SNV clients across the North West region with long-term water catchment protection planning.  Specific activities relating to the project include:

-Analyzing interests of stakeholders around water catchment

-GPS mapping of water catchment areas

-Stakeholder sensitization on the importance of water catchment protection

-Elaborating an action plan

-Facilitating a monitoring committee at the council level

Our Natural Resource Management component will be leading the project on behalf of SIRDEP.  It has a long history of successfully designing and executing water catchment projects around the region. 

Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this project or other catchment protection projects SIRDEP has been associated with (sirdepconsult@yahoo.com).

-the SIRDEP team

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About SIRDEP
The Society for Initiatives in Rural Development and Environmental Protection (SIRDEP) is non-governmental, not-for-profit making organization in Cameroon head quartered in Bamenda. SIRDEP has a multi-disciplinary team of experienced agronomists, agro-economists, livestock technicians, rural engineers, and natural resource management experts who work together to foster positive, sustainable development. SIRDEP was founded in 1992 and is one of the oldest indigenous NGOs in the North West Region of Cameroon.

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