Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Residents-of-Eyang-Village-in-Cameroon-27MZIFVL19M3.htmlConceptually similarResidents of Eyang Village in CameroonGP04R3GCompleted★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R3ICompleted★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R3DCompleted★★★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R3KCompleted★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R3JCompleted★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R3MCompleted★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R3LCompleted★★★★Small-scale Palm Oil Farmer in CameroonGP04R30Completed★★★★Harvest at Small-scale Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP04R2SCompleted★★★★View AllGP04R3HResidents of Eyang Village in CameroonResidents of Eyang village, 5 km from Nguti village, where Eyong Thomas, head of the Njockebai family, runs the Netapti small-scale palm oil farm. He employs his family and another 8 workers from the village. Their palm oil farm covers 9 hectares of land, is well maintained and very productive, selling to local markets and to other bigger buyers. All 10 members of the family live from the profits of the farm and 3 of their sons are going to university. They also cultivate cocoa, maize and various other types of fruit. They completely sustain themselves and recycle most of the things they use during the production process.Locations:Africa-CameroonDate:20 Jul, 2013Credit:© Jan-Joseph Stok / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxRestrictions:NO FUNDRAISINGKeywords:African descents-Babies (0-2)-Boys-Children-Day-Eating-Farmers-Farms-Food-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Mothers-Native Africans-Outdoors-Palm oil (product)-People-Rural scenes-Sustainable agriculture-Tropical rainforests-VillagesShoot:Small-scale Farming in South West CameroonA documentation of small-scale farming and palm oil producers in south west Cameroon. The forest is very important for all the aspects of the lives and livelihoods of the people in this area.Whether they have their own oil palm farm, are cultivating cocoa or fishing, their activities are all carried out within the forest.