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MBOSCUDA

Bamenda, Cameroon
Joined October 2015
Presence in: Cameroon
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights

MBOSCUDA means the Mbororo Social and Cultural Development Association. It was conceptualized in1987 and officially recognized by the Government of the Republic of Cameroon in accordance with Law No 90/053 of December 19, 1992 and receipt of declaration of association No RDA/06/BAPP of 21st october1992 as a non-partisan, not-for-profit social-cultural development Association.

MBOSCUDA’s Vision is to empower the Mbororo people to achieve sustainable and equitable development on their terms and to secure their human, social and economic rights as valued active citizens of the Republic of Cameroon.

MBOSCUDA Collaborates with local civil society organizations, Government Departments and international development agencies. MBOSCUDA also has special consultative with the Economic and social council of the United Nations.

People Associated With This Organization

Duni Jeidoh

Cameroon  
MBOSCUDA
Joined April 2016
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights
My name is Duni Jedoh. I am an Mbororo pastoralist indigenous person from the north west region of Cameroon.

I am the Human Rights Officer for MBOSCUDA North West Office.

I have been working for this association for over 15 years holding different roles and responsibilities. I also double as the vice national president of the association in Cameroon.

My ambition in 2018 is to be the national president of the association in Cameroon.

We work on a project that is aimed at rducing povery hrough the reduction of conflit between herders and croppers in some 23 communities across the region.

Musa Usman Ndamba

Cameroon  
MBOSCUDA
Joined October 2015
I'm the leading land right defender and advocate for indigenous peoples land and resources right. Working with indigenous peoples orgsnisation since 1992 and currently leading advocate for peoples center land governance policy reform.

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Musa Usman Ndamba is the network champion (main point of contact) for MBOSCUDA.

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