The Last Hope
110 Pages
English
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The Last Hope

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110 Pages
English

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This play was written as part of an evaluation of Africa�s oldest and most diverse rainforest conservation initiative in the Korup area, with the aim of highlighting and sharing some lessons learnt from the creation of the Korup National Park, through a period of full activity, to when activities were considerably reduced. It is a fine blend of the results of the evaluation and some carefully developed fictional, artistic materials for the achievement of an overall dramatic effect. Ekpe Inyang gives an informed artistic touch to achieve dramatic effects, succinctly relating the story of Cameroon�s first rainforest national park, Korup.

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Published 26 July 2011
Reads 2
EAN13 9789956717224
Language English
Document size 3 MB

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The Last Hope Ekpe Inyang
Langaa Research & Publishing CIG Mankon, Bamenda
Publisher: LangaaRPCIG Langaa Research & Publishing Common Initiative Group P.O. Box 902 Mankon Bamenda North West Region Cameroon Langaagrp@gmail.com www.langaa-rpcig.net Distributed in and outside N. America by African Books Collective orders@africanbookscollective.com www.africanbookcollective.com
ISBN: 9956-717-42-8 ©Ekpe Inyang 2011
DISCLAIMER All views expressed in this publication are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of Langaa RPCIG.
Note This play was written as part of a three-month consultancy offered by GTZ in 2003 for the evaluation of the Korup Project with the aim of highlighting and sharing some lessons learnt from the creation of the Korup National Park, through a period of full activity, to that year when activities were considerably reduced. It is a fine blend of the results of the evaluation and some carefully developed fictional, artistic materials for the achievement of an overall dramatic effect. The names of the village characters are either identifiable pseudonyms or names that typically represent one of three types of village communities of the Korup National Park Area—park villages (those inside the park), peripheral zone villages (those that share boundaries with the park or are close to those that bound the park), and support zone villages (those far from the park boundaries but which also receive support from the Korup Project).
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