Kedjom-Keku is the name of both the area in Northwest Cameroon and its tribe. Although it stands for “people from the forest”, the mentioned forest has almost disappeared. We made it our goal to put the original meaning back into the name and since 2010 we have been doing our best to save the mountain cloud forest.
We protect the remaining fragments of the forest, plant new trees to support its regeneration and teach both children and adults about its meaning and importance. We offer the mountain farmers means of living and income that are unrelated to agriculture and we show them how to use their available natural resources effectively.
Cameroon provides us with countless experiences, which we are more than happy to share with you. We organize lectures and talks, make movies and sew clothes out of African fabrics amongst other activities.