AJEMALEBU SELF HELP (AJESH) is a non-profit organisation presently registered in Cameroon and Ghana. The organisation was founded by development professionals and likeminded thinkers to promote self-help poverty alleviation initiatives of the poorest households in Africa taking into account the sustainable management of nature.
Our work is organised around the themes of Sustainable Co-Management of Natural Resources, Sustainable Agriculture and Community Health & Humanitarian Action.
The focus of the organization is to work for the promotion of the community wellbeing in harmony with their environment through sustainable management of natural resources, sustainable livelihoods and the promotion and facilitation of healthy practices that will safeguard and reduce the continues depletion and extinction of biodiversity using community-centred nature-based approaches in its work. The domains of intervention include:
• Forest degradation monitoring
• Landscape / seascape / watershed restoration
• Landscape (dry and forest lands) governance and management
• Biodiversity conservation
• Climate change
• Wildlife and habitat management and wildlife monitoring
• Community well-being – promoting zero deforestation agriculture, agroecology, and food crop value chain development
The work of AJESH cuts across and respond directly to SDGs: 1, 2, 3, 6, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17.
Contact person: Harrison Nnoko
Address: P.O. Box 676, Limbe, South West Region, Cameroon
Tel: (00237) 233 332 087 / (00237) 699 133 803
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