The Centre for Indigenous Resources Management and Development (CIRMAD) was founded in 2003 and registered in 2010 (Authorisation No. 020.E.29/1111/VOL.8/APPB of 28/05/2010). We are a not-for-profit and an apolitical group interested and involved in natural resource management and development, and civil society work. Our head office is in Bamenda, North West Region of Cameroon, with a new branch office in Balikumbat-Ngoketunjia. Our jurisdiction is Cameroon and beyond.
CIRMAD becomes a reference body in the global partnership for biodiversity conservation and development by 2020.
CIRMAD works to contribute to global development through conservation awareness raising and innovative conservation actions, for the sustainable management of the indigenous natural resources.
The main activities of CIRMAD have been/are:
- Medicinal wildlife conservation
- Chimpanzee Conservation
- Promotion of traditional handicrafts and livelihoods
- Mubako language development