EUIABS Water Center
We effectively and efficiently find ways to deliver excellent portable water services to everyone
ERuDeF University Institute of Applied Biodiversity Sciences (EUIABS) was established by Environment and Rural Development Foundation (ERuDeF) in 2019. The whole idea of a specialized university originated in 2012 when ERuDeF resolved to create the ERuDeF Institute of Biodiversity and Non-profit Studies. The EUIABS has been conceived to fill the gap in the Cameroon university system in which there is no none single specialized institution in the area of biodiversity management and conservation sciences. The existing university system curricular provides no solid practical bases for the development of leaders in these fields.
EUIABS offers specialized long term (3years, 4years and 6years) programs in the area of Biodiversity and protected area management, Geomantics, philanthropy and civil society studies. Beside these highly specialized areas EUIABS is also offering through several centers, core and advanced certification programs in partnership with other international certification bodies. These Centers are Centers for Continuing Education, Philanthropy and Civil Society, Basic Sciences, GIS and Remote Sensing, Environmental Film-making and Photography. Other specialized centers include the Language Center, the Career Center and the Water Center.
EUI Water Center aims to be the leading institution in producing core technicians and lead scientists in water and related resources management in Cameroon and Africa as a whole.. The Center generates revenue through training and consultancy services at a fee. Some of these services offered include; Hydro-geological Surveys, Water and Waste Analysis, Environmental Impact Assessments, programs and projects development, Capacity Building through long and short-term courses.
What We Do
EUIABS Water Center continually strives to find effective and efficient ways to deliver excellent water services to everyone. This means doing the required research, learning from our water histories, and ensuring that the essential human capital is in place to action the change we need to achieve our water goals. We realize that it is up to us to collaborate on innovative and appropriate solutions that will make possible thriving cities that will be livable for many decades to come.
With the involvement of other towns in Cameroon,
- We hold conferences to bring together major players in the water sector.
- Promoting the science and practice of water management
- Train on good governance in the water sector
- Train and certify young professionals in storage, distribution and infrastructure.
- Lead uncovering innovative approaches through scientific research and cross disciplinary collaboration
- Provide post installation and maintenance services
- Provide logistics and inventory management
Where We Work
Field works will be under taken in the following landscapes in Cameroon
Mount Cameroon watersheds
Mount Mbaboutous watersheds
Mount Nlonako and Muanenguba watersheds
Mount Mbapit and Nkogam watersheds
EUIABS Water Center brings together experts from a wide range of disciplines to meet, discuss, plan for and presents solutions for a sustainable water future in Cameroon. Water is one of the greatest challenge facing Cameroon economy. The center works with partners to find innovative ways of managing water to ensure a sustainable and robust water supply needed as prime stimulus to sustain the economy and people of Cameroon.
EUIABS Water Center is proud to be the organization that is championing that mission.
The EUIABS Water center, conducts training, research and consultancy in the water sector. The water center supports short courses, Diploma and degree programmes with focus on research.
To support in the development of long-term sustainable water supply systems in Cameroon and Africa
To train and support the next generation of water scientists and leaders in Cameroon and Africa.
EUABS WATER CENTER Values integrity, professionalism, community, transparency and innovation. We want to lead in strengthening strategic partnerships within the sector, while playing an active role in encouraging robust water discourse in the public domain where members are continually striving to find effective and efficient ways to deliver excellent water services to everyone. This means doing the required research, learning from our water histories and others, and ensuring that the essential human capital is in place to action the change we need to achieve our water goals. We realize that it is up to us to collaborate on innovative and appropriate solutions that will make possible thriving cities that will be liveable for many decades to come.
Civil Society Building, Co-Cathedral Road Buea, South-West Region The Republic of Cameroon, Central Africa
(+237 ) 674 79 69 46
(+237) 678 31 62 51
(+237 ) 674 79 69 46