Saturday, July 26, 2014

[biofuelwatch] Cameroonians Should Create An Anti-Corruption Law- British High Commissioner



Since corruption hinders countries from making progress, we have come
together to find a way of making our fight against corruption more
efficient. We are very ready to share the positive and negative
experiences of what is happening in UK with regards to the anti
corruption law which would benefit the business climate in Cameroon,"
- http://www.cameroonpostline.com/Content.aspx?ModuleID=1&ItemID=11486


No one should believe that these land gabbers are there to feed
starving Cameroons, create jobs or improve food security … These
agreements – many of which could be in place for 99 years – do not
mean progress for local people and will not lead to food in their
stomachs. These deals lead only to dollars in the pockets of corrupt
leaders and foreign investors. The scale of the land deals being
struck is shocking. The conversion of Cameroonian small farms and
forests into a natural-asset-based, high-return investment strategy
can drive up food prices and increase the risks of climate change.
http://betockvoices.page.tl/


This is a fight for the livelihoods of rural farmers in the South West
of Cameroon!!!!


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Posted by: BETOCKVOICES The Farmers <betockvoices@gmail.com>
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