CWCS works with diverse partners to achieve its objectives. This can be categorized as technical & institutional partners, donors and local partners.
Technical & institutional partners
Network of over 40 active grassroots national NGOs, CBOs and experts involved in policy driven work towards sustainable mangrove, coastal area and wetlands management issues in Cameroon within a wider regional network - African Mangrove Network (AMN) based in Dakar Senegal. CMN secretariat is hosted by Cameroon Wildlife Conservation Society (CWCS) at Mouanko (National Coordination) and Cameroon Ecology (CAMECO) (Secretary General). CWCS currently hosts the secretariat of the Cameroon Mangrove Conservation Network of over 40 coastal associations, NGOs and Common Initiative Groups.
These are the most important partners providing funds for the running of various field projects and programs. These include Novib, NC-IUCN, etc.
These include targeted grassroots local communities for which major projects are directed co-implemented with/through local councils, local administration/opinion leaders, and Government technical services, Private sector operators, Schools, Community groups, Resource persons & consultants.