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Cameroon

Summary

The FCDO country office in Cameroon closed in 2004 with the bilateral country office commitments ending in Financial Year 2011/12. Since then Cameroon has been included in regional programmes to address humanitarian needs in the far north of the country as a result of the Lake Chad Basin crisis and to assist refugees from the Central African Republic in the east. It also benefits from a regional forests and livelihoods programme: forests cover nearly 40% of Cameroon’s land and Cameroon is part of the Congo Basin forest ecosystem, the world’s second largest contiguous block of tropical forest on the planet.

We remain committed to providing support to Cameroon through our multilateral contributions, including significant funding from the World Bank, African Development Bank, European Commission, Global Alliance for Vaccinations and Immunisation and other multilateral programmes.

Note: This summary was written prior to the creation of the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office

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Sectors

Sectors groups as a percentage of country budgets according to the Development Assistance Committee's classifications.

Budget More information about project status

Project budget total by year approved at the project level to date.

£18.2M

2020/2021

Implementing Partners
Partner(s) Active Projects
World Agroforestry Centre 1
United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) 2
Palladium International Ltd (UK) 2
World Food Programme (WFP) 3
International Committee of the Red Cross 2
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) 1
Danish Refugee Council 1

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