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Red List Plans of Cameroon

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Main Project
Project leader:
Dr Martin Cheek
Host institutions:
National Herbarium of Cameroon, Living Earth Foundation, Apiculture & Nature Conservation, Conservation International - Cambodia, Environmental & Rural Development Programme
Start date:
UK institutions:
RBG Kew - Herbarium
Finish date:
Sub-Saharan Africa

Project description

Note: the descriptions presented for projects approved before 2008 have been extracted from technical descriptions in project documents and were not originally intended for publication.


To provide a sound basis for the conservation of the threatened plants of Cameroon, making this information available for national planning of sustainable development and for national education in secondary schools.



Field Research & Conservation checklist production

Candidate Red List


Map development

Red Data book production

Teaching pack production


Candidate list of threatened plant taxa distributed.

Conservation checklists of three or more poorly known but probably conservation-important areas.

Distribution maps of Red List species.

Red data book of the threatened plant species of Cameroon.

Teaching packs on threatened plants of Cameroon.

10 trained staff in taxon conserve. assessment techniques.

Project documents

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  Title or file name Type Project Size Comments
1. [pdf icon] 15-034 HY4 Ann1 - revised logframe.pdf logframe 15034 20.89 KB
2. [pdf icon] application form application form 15034 82.08 KB
3. [pdf icon] 1st annual report 1st annual report 15034 57.76 KB
4. [pdf icon] 2nd annual report 2nd annual report 15034 64.6 KB
5. [pdf icon] 3rd annual report 3rd annual report 15034 66.45 KB
6. [pdf icon] final report final report 15034 185.66 KB
7. [pdf icon] 1st half year report 1st half year report 15034 16.14 KB
8. [pdf icon] 2nd half year report 2nd half year report 15034 20.52 KB
9. [pdf icon] 3rd half year report 3rd half year report 15034 17.83 KB
10. [pdf icon] 4th half year report 4th half year report 15034 13.42 KB
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Related Darwin projects
  Ref Relationship Title Dates
1. 8038
Main Project
Same Project Leader Conservation of Plant Diversity in Western Cameroon 1999 – 2003

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Page last modified: Wednesday, 20 November 2013

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