Obudu Conservation Centre is an independent African-based environmental organisation headquartered in Obudu Plateau, Cross River State dedicated to protecting, educating and restoring the wildlife and wild lands on the Obudu Plateau and the surrounding forests. The Centre is situated amidst several mountain ranges, hundreds of acres of forests, meadows, streams and spectacular rock formations.

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To protect, restore and increase awareness of the wild lands and wildlife on Obudu Plateau and the surrounding Cross River National Park and Cameroon’s Takamanda National Park. We seek to generate healthier economic opportunities for local communities and promote care of our natural world.

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To create and live in a world which understands human dominance is not to control and destroy but to utilise and grow with a generation of soldiers who will one day join the fight against animal cruelty, depletion of our natural resources and the destruction of our planet.


Our initiatives have been developed to curb the increased rate of poaching and deforestation in the region. OCC focuses on a bottom down approach, leading with community conservation and education.

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An awareness initiative. OCC is touring government and private schools throughout… 

The programme aims to protect the Aeroplane Field Forest patch located on the Obudu Plateau… 

Ranger Rover is an initiative which supports and funds the training of the Rangers…

A reforestation campaign where OCC supports the reforestation of the Obudu Mountains and…



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