Ajemalibu Self Help (AJESH)

(Unverified non-profit organisation)

AJESH is a Civil Society Organisation based in Cameroon.

To move towards a humane and self-sustaining environment that is free from poverty and injustice.

To promote sustainable development through self-reliant efforts, education and training to reduce the impact of societal poverty.


• To encourage and promote education, training, refresher courses for poor local people;
• To carry out actions that ensure the sustainable management of natural resources;
• To initiate and carry out work studies/research, represent, follow up and influence policies that safeguard the interests of the under privilege group in the society.

Scope of Operation: National – Cameroon

Capacity: High level professional in Forestry, Agriculture, and Community Development (Community mapping, support of community rights to land, etc).



Year established


Organisation annual cash turnover (in US$ equivalent)

Less than 500,000

Participant in relevant networks

Affiliations with other indigenous organizations National Level National Coordination for Independent Forest Monitoring, Member of the SWECSON (South West Civil Society Organisations Network) with Head office in Buea, Cameroon, Dynamique Citoyenee (NETWORK of civil society organisation members monitoring Public Investment Budgets), Member of the Cameroon Forest Forum (under COMIFAC), Member of CFP (Community Forest Platform), South West REDDCC platform, Member of the RUURCIID (Rural and Urban Continental Investment Initiatives for Development) Network group with Head Office in Limbe, Cameroon. International Level Law-for-REDD-Plus, Open Forum on Participatory Geographic Information Systems and Technologies, AJESH is registered EC member with a PADOR Number Registered member with Global Giving Member of IFA (International Federation on Ageing) Member of CIF (Council International Fellowship)

Further information

About this organisation

Partnership types

Provision of services / personnel; Provision of goods

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Cameroon

Global issues

Agriculture, aquaculture and forestry; Community development; Disability issues; Job...show all (5)