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Partners For Productivity Foundation - PFPFPartners For Productivity Foundation - PFPF
To develop the Southwest Province's rural communities through collaborative education, thoughtful advocacy, innovative natural resource conservation, careful science and effective management. By connecting local people to the knowledge, experiences a... Read more
To develop the Southwest Province's rural communities through collaborative education, thoughtful advocacy, innovative natural resource conservation, careful science and effective management. By connecting local people to the knowledge, experiences and resources they need to create sustainable communities, PFPF functions as a force for positive social change. Working in partnership with others, PFPF supports the rural communities of Southwest Province in building their capacity to provide for themselves today, tomorrow, and well into the future.
PFPF is an indigenous conservation and development organization base in Bangem, South West Province of Cameroon. It is organized to respond to the growing poverty and conservation challenges, and to develop rural communities in Cameroon . Its core value and principle are based in self-help , social justice, local leadership & sustainability and w ork closely with groups, individual, schools, communities and CBOs in capacity building, development and sustainability. Objective: To achieve food security, support livelihood, improve natural resource management, and improve women economic and social status. Approach is based on empowering and working in partnership with people, strengthening capacity for self-help and commitments to learning. Activities are orientated towards promoting change and development through: service and delivery, mobilising resources, research and innovation, human resource development, public information, education and advocacy. Geographica l focus Kupe-Muanenguba Division of South West Province of Cameroon for pilot projects, with a population of 120,000 people distributed in 110 villages, distributed over a surface area of 3404Km with an average density of 30 inhabitants per Km2.The climate is equatorial type: Wet and Dry seasons, with an average annual rainfall of 2000 to 4000mm.The average annual temperature is 15 to 25 degree centigrade. The relative humidity is about 80%. The Division is further divided into three (3) Sub-Divisions via Bangem, Tombel and Nguti. Management structure: PFPF uses a horizontal management structure (management team) to conduct its daily operations and it is made up of heads of departments and administrative secretary with the executive director as team leader.