The Cameroon National Land Observatory (NLO) falls within the International Land Coalition (ILC) National Engagement Strategy (NES) platform. The main partners in the NLO, as co-hosts of the NES, are Centre pour le Développement et l’Environnement (CED) and Mboscuda.
The NLO covers all domestic and transnational deals, including agriculture, forestry, mining, ranching, livestock, and the other intentions, after the year 2000. Importantly, all deals from 50ha are included, rather than the global Land Matrix standard of 200ha.
The NLO aims to serve as a tool to:
What are National Land Observatories?
NLOs are funded activities at country level. They initiate decentralised tasks and strive for more inclusive participation of local partners in collecting, managing, and reviewing land data, thereby promoting transparency and accountability in decision-making processes over land and investments in their countries.
NLOs are an important tool which:
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Find out more about LSLAs in Cameroon through our map, dataset, and charts below.
Use customisable filters to explore the web-based geographic information systems (GIS) map for information about land deals from global down to regional and country level.
Search the dataset through pre-configured entry points where deals have been grouped by common shared attributes (such as nature of investment, region, or investor), filter information according to your line of interest, or drill down to single deals where you can provide feedback and start a discussion through comments.
Generate your own downloadable infographics using a wide selection of charts to illustrate information about deals, such as the global flow of transnational land acquisitions, the total size and number of deals, and a breakdown of deals according to sector and interest.