Ismael Essome Ebone

Country representing





  • Institute of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences at Yabassi
  • Engineer

Current organisation

Madiba & Nature

Current role

Engineer and President Founder of Madiba & Nature

Skills and Expertise

Climate change
Project management
Social entrepreneurship

Areas of interest

Sustainable Development

Website & Social Links

I am passionate about


The research program on ecological recycling methods of plastic waste, with already "ECOBOAT" manufactured for support fishing and Ecotourism, inspired new economic activities in the Londji village. A first plastic waste management system based entirely on local communities is being tested at the moment; it consists in boosting an independent network of mobile collectors coordinated by Madiba & Nature and which sorts and collects plastic bottles in households and the urban environment. The current network has a little more than twenty (20) collectors An environmental education program has been launched with a module of coaching young students and engineer for personal development and entrepreneurship in the fields of green business (it currently has nine (09) members with the key coaching a start-up project in the recycling of organic waste from an incubated group. In addition a real exchange and sharing of experience through participation in international events is included in our activities with participation from 01 to 14 October 2017 at the festival of contemporary art of the grigri pixel edition of 2017 in Madrid The project to promote ecotourism with the key to the valuation of Ecoboat in fishing and especially local tourism to revitalize the economy of the fishing village of Londji. The first eco-beach model is in the South of Cameroon. - A fifth result since the creation of Madiba & Nature has been the scientific study of the ecological monitoring of the Coastal Coast between the beach of South and South - West Cameroon on the characterization of solid waste pollution; The following results were obtained after six months of study from February to July 2017.