Ndjatsana Michel

Cameroonian by nationality, he has the dual training of forester and agronomist. For 31 years he has been professionally active in the management of natural resources and the protection of the environment in the Central African sub-region. After providing technical support to the countries of Central Africa in the development of forest policies favorable to the participation of the various stakeholders, he particularly contributed to the adoption of forest certification in the “forested” countries of the Congo basin and facilitated the establishment of the producers group that was linked to buyers group. As part of the monitoring of the implementation of the UNFCCC at the sub-regional level, among the main activities undertaken, he coordinated for 12 years the participation of the 10 Central African countries members of the Central African Forests Commission (COMIFAC) in the conferences of the Parties (COPs) and at intersessions, mobilized climate finance through national and sub-regional projects and programs and monitored them in the field, facilitated capacity building of the various stakeholders.