Volunteers for Environment (BenE)

The BenE program is the first national platform for linking GEP volunteers (Experts) and Environmental Protection Associations.

Statistics 4 BenE Program

Total number of volunteers 55
Implementation rate 30%

Workshop projects

Report of the Capacity Building Workshop for members of GICs and Producer Associations of Mbam and Inoubou in Cameroon. Contribution to the valorization of local natural resources of the high market and medicinal value

Local Farmer Capacity Building

Très bientôt dans le Mbam et Inoubou

Up Coming in the Mbam and Inoubou Division/ Local farmer will be train on agroforestry technology and plant diversification to improve their livelihood

Call for applications

As part of the Sustainable Smallholder Agri-business (SSAB) program of sustainable management of 400.000 small farmers to improve their income thanks to the increase of the sales of the value chain in the cocoa sector (imperative)

Actually No call for Application

We will let you know when a project call will be available. Still consult our web site

What motivates us?

Build Your Own world with our experiences

Errors, mistakes and mistakes, acts and deeds, causes, multiple charges, consequences, consequences of errors, change, yield, exchange rate. Our actions and wills sit apart from anything you want, anything that can change the perception, and what results is a great magnitude that is the best for the future, the better world.

Conserve Biodiversity for Beautiful and Responsive world

Conserving Biodiversity for a better world. Many communities and peoples depend entirely on natural resources, which they use anarchically without sometimes worrying about their future, future generations, and even the ecosystems that shelter them. It is important to bring your personal actions for a better dynamic of protection, conservation and valorization while taking into account its ecological footprint and the need to feed the globe.

Protect Environment for Climate Resilience

Climate change is now affecting every country on every continent. It is disrupting national economies and affecting lives, costing people, communities and countries dearly today and even more tomorrow. The greenhouse gas emissions from human activities are driving climate change and continue to rise. They are now at their highest levels in history. Without action, the world’s average surface temperature is projected to rise over the 21st century and is likely to surpass 3 degrees Celsius this century—with some areas of the world expected to warm even more. The poorest and most vulnerable people are being affected the most.

Improving Sustainable Livelihoods, Reducing vulnerability

The key challenges in Improving sustainable livelihoods consist of fighting food shortages while developing sustainable sources of income and enabling disadvantaged groups to participate in society and the economy..? At the same time, train local farmers and enhance their capacity building, develop or create an infrastructure will improve income prospects in the long term while reducing their vulnerability.

Impact knowledge for sustainable development

A part from research, developing countries can only improve their environmental technology levels through the direct introduction of technology. To prove the impact of knowledge on sustainable development, the interaction term of environmental technology and knowledge trade must being developed to obtain a dynamic panel model. The research results indicate that knowledge trade in the form of both direct introduction of technology and reverse deconstruction of imported products can improve sustainable development locally.

Professional Look and Feel for our Total Commitment

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Support BenE Program

BenE program is a first Cameroonian platform that regroup all environmental Associations, NGOs and individuals with a good ecological commitment to share knowledge, experiences, research and projects focused on environmental pollution, plastic waste management, climate change, people resilience and livelihood improvement, etc…..

BenE Program (Clean up my city)

GEP is launching its first voluntary program to help push away plastic bottles in metropolitan cities of Cameroon

Bénévoles pour l’Environnement (BenE)

What is it? The BenE program is the first national platform for linking GEP volunteers (Experts) and Environmental Protection Associations.

Objective? The BenE program connects citizens eager to volunteer for an environmental cause and a Local Association (GEP) to participate in projects for biodiversity conservation and environmental preservation.


Our Partners









Charlene DJOMO

Research Assistant

Verdiane TCHANOU

Junior Research Assistant