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OPENING HOURS

Monday—Saturday 10am—6pm or by appointment

TEAM
Curator, Pr. Bernard-Aloys Nkongmeneck
Phone: (237) 9999-5408, Email: bnkongme@yahoo,fr

TARGET AUDIENCE
> Students / Teachers > Researchers / Scientists > Traditional healers / therapists

Program Coordinator, Victor Kemeuze
Phone: (237) 9962-5090 , Email: kemeuze@yahoo.fr

Correspondents, Dr. Margaret D. Lowman (USA),
Pr. Yannick Le Tertre (France), Dr. François Couplan (France), Dr. Edmond Dounias (France), René Hoshino (Japon), Pr, Francis Hallé (France)

FEES
> Adults: 1500 FCFA ($3) > Students: 500 FCFA ($1) > Kids / Seniors: 300 FCFA ( $0.75)

A center of resource, training and scientific research on biodiversity in Cameroon and the Congo Basin
P.O. BOX 8038 Yaoundé, Cameroon

Phone: (237) 9999-5408 E-mail: milecomu@gmail.com Webiste: www.milecomu.blogspot.ca

Training—Conservation—Promotion

THE MUSEUM IN BRIEF
VISION: Preserve the biodiversity of Cameroon and the Congo basin for future generations MISSION: Develop a multi-disciplinary research program for the preservation of biodiversity of Cameroon and the Congo basin ACTIVITIES: Training—Research— Documentation/Archiving—Consulting— Promotion—Thesis and research paper revision Museum/exhibition room

MAIN ACTIVITIES
TRAINING/WORKHOPS Biodiversity - Multipdisciplinary theory and practical courses on wildlife conservation and sustainable management. Traditional/Alternative medicine - Capacity building for traditional therapists (manufacturing, conditioning and lifecycle of phytodrugs) RESEARCH > Information and resource center on biodiversity with hundreds of books > Multipdisciplinary team of qualified scientists, researchers from Cameroon and around the world > Forestry canopy material available > Ethnobotany, phytotherapy and phytopathology research fields

CORE ACTIVITIES
COMPETENCIES & EXPERTISE > Wildlife sample identification > Wildlife supply for research lab > Environmental assessment studies > Forestry certification, inventory and management > Ecotourism > Production of TV wildlife documentary > Phytopathology THE MUSEUM > Wildlife specimen collection (plants, animals, rocks) > Bones, skeletons, feathers > Animal moldings (full or partial) > Insects > Liana, fruits, roots, mushrooms, orchids, seeds

Research and development room