I strongly encourage researchers of any nationality to consider studying in the Korup landscape. Those interested in ecology, botany, primatology, conservation biology, ethnographic research, human health, and human development will find the Korup area to be particularly attractive. At the same time, your research will help build local capacity that will engage Cameroonians in conservation and, more broadly, scientific research and enable them to become leaders in conservation of their natural resources.
KRCS is an active Cameroonian NGO focused on conservation advocacy and participatory forest management in the Korup area. The group is committed to protecting the Korup rainforest through research, education, and local community involvement. KRCS has been instrumental in assisting visiting researchers with all aspects of research design and implementation.
Potential researchers can also contact me for more information.