Babatope Akinwande is CIFOR Regional Communications for Africa based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. His broadcasting career started with the BBC as Abidjan correspondent. He also worked for Radio France International and Deutsche Welle Radio as a stringer, and for World Press Review as Francophone Africa correspondent. Since then, he has worked in international development as well as humanitarian and development communications for International Alert, Tearfund, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent (IFRC) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).
Babatope Akinwande's Posts
Could radio help mitigate climate change in the Congo Basin?
17 May 2013 , Posted in
Adaptation, African Development Bank, C.Africa Headliners, Central Africa, Climate Change, Community forestry, Education, English, General News, Livelihoods, Mitigation, the Economic Community of Central African States
US, EU timber import regulations could bankrupt Central Africa’s small-scale loggers: experts
01 May 2013 , Posted in
C.Africa Headliners, Central Africa, certification, Community forestry, Conservation, Energy, English, EU, Governance, Livelihoods, Production forests, Trade
Under Threat: Deforestation pressure on Congo Basin forests increasing
14 November 2012 , Posted in
Climate Change, Congo Basin, congo basin feature, Conservation, Deforestation, Energy, English, General News, Governance, Livelihoods, REDD+