Hunger and poverty are often rooted in systemic problems at the societal and global level. RELUFA thus combines its action around three main themes including Equity in Extractive Industries, Food Justice and Land. Hence, it conducts studies to better understand these problems in order to propose possible solutions. RELUFA shares the results of these studies below.


EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES

  1. Mining in Cameroun.   Source book
  2. Management of Revenue from Natural Resources at Local Government Level in Cameroon,   subnational revenue study
  3.  Emerging Trends in Land Use Conflicts in Cameroon. Overlapping Natural Resources Licenses and Threats to Protected Areas and foreign Direct Investment 
  4. Artisanal mining, a Challenge for the Kimberley Process.Artisanal mining
  5. Monitoring local content and Fiscal Obligations of Mining Companies in Cameroon. contractual obligations english
  6.  EITI and Mining Governance in Cameroon: Between Rhetoric and Reality
  7. EITI and Mining Governance in Cameroon: Observations on the 2012 Report
  8. Kimberley Process: Responding to challenges and policy gaps in Cameroon,fpolicy brief english version

LAND AND RESOURCE JUSTICE

  1. The 13th Work of Herakles? http://relufa.org/savesite/Publications1/documents/13emetravailHeracles.pdf
  2. Above all laws HowanAmericanCompanyOperatesIllegallyinCameroon-Final
  3. Legal and institutional framework of access to information in the process of allocation and management of agribusiness land concessions in Cameroon  English version
  4. Audit of legal and institutional dispositif relating to transparency and participation in the process of awarding and managing land and mining concessions in Cameroon Audit report Cameroon land law audit
  5. Basic study on transparency and the participation of municipalities and communities in the process of allocation and management of land and mining concessions Basic study  TRAP GRN f

FOOD AND TRADE JUSTICE

  1. Emergence without Hunger in Cameroon by 2035 Cameroon 2035 english version
  2. Community cereals bank http://relufa.org/savesite/Publications1/documents/studylayout.pdf