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While campaigning against the dog meat trade and consumption, OIPA Cameroon is still fighting on the streets of the province of Bamenda for animal protection. Volunteers often provide first aid for dogs, cats, rabbits and other animals founded on the stre...

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Ivory trafficking is an illegal activity which lead to hundreds of elephants killings. African Elephant is the biggest terrestrial mammal, they do not have natural predators due to their size, but despite this they are endangered by human activities, like...

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Our Delegate Mr. Che Gilbert, visited last Friday a primary School in Cameroon and with our volunteers they talk with children about animal rights and environment. “Young generation in Africa are the future and they carry the responsibility of protectin...

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On May 2016, OIPA Cameroon visited the MVOG-BETSI ZOO-BOTANICAL GARDEN, situated in the capital city of Yaoundé. There is a wide range of species at the zoo, including big cats, reptiles and primates. Anyway it is possible to underline more specifically ...

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Millions of dogs live on the streets in rural communities of Cameroon. Many of them have no one to care for them and survive by eating trash and scraps of food. A root cause of the problem is the lack and animals welfare education in these communities. It...

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By volunteering with OIPA Cameroon , you will make a major contribution to the welfare of both  domestic and wild animals and the environment  in Cameroon . On a personal level, you will have the unique opportunity to work alongside some incredible anim...

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For the past fifteen days, OIPA Cameroon has been treating stray animals in the Bafut  village in the North West region of Cameroon. During this period, over 200 dogs and cats have benefited from this initiative, however Wednesday, 29th June 2016, has be...

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As our campaign continues, we thank you for your wonderful support and for being part of the  initiative. We provided treatments and vaccinations for hundreds of dogs and cats in the rural communities of Cameroon for the first time. The dog in the pictur...

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OUAGADOUGOU, Burkina Faso — In the small Burkina Faso village of Balole, where farmers struggle to grow tomatoes, cabbages and eggplants, angry youngsters armed with batons and machetes are barring entry to the slaughterhouse. A sickening stench fro...

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Unfortunately, but realistically, animal cruelty still happens almost every day in Cameroon. Once again we must sadly inform about cases of farm animals mistreatment. Recently in Cameroon some of our OIPA volunteers, during a survey trip in the Far North ...

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