Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Palm-Oil-Worker-in-Cameroon-27MDHUMHBO.htmlConceptually similarPAMOL Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP11H4Completed★★★★Palm Oil Worker in CameroonGP11FPCompleted★★★★PAMOL Plantation in CameroonGP11FMCompleted★★★★Palm Oil Farm in CameroonGP11FLCompleted★★★★Palm Oil Workers in CameroonGP11FQCompleted★★★★Palm Oil Mill in CameroonGP11GYCompleted★★★★Mana River in CameroonGP11FICompleted★★★★Mana River in CameroonGP11FJCompleted★★★★★★Mana River in CameroonGP11FKCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP11GZPalm Oil Worker in CameroonWorker at a palm oil farm inside Korup National Park. Workers are often forced to operate without even basic facilities such as running water or electricity. Employers often promise to provide things such as healthcare but it is not rare for those promises to never become a reality.Locations:Africa-CameroonDate:16 Feb, 2012Credit:© Jan-Joseph Stok / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5616px X 3744pxKeywords:Day-Deforestation-Factories-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Manual workers-National parks-Native Africans-Oil palm (plants)-Outdoors-Palm oil (product)-PAMOL Plantations Limited-Plantations-Tropical rainforestsShoot:Small Scale Oil Palm Plantations in CameroonOil palm plantations in Cameroon cover a total of 60,000 ha, but in 2011 the government received applications for the opening of more than 1,000,000 ha of new plantations. As most of the land available currently is natural forest, oil palm expansion is becoming a major threat to Cameroon’s as well as the rest of Congo Basin's rainforest. The farmers in some villages in Cameroon don't believe in industrial scale palm oil production and have started to run small scale plantations with the objective of providing palm oil to local markets. More and more oil palm farmers avoid selling their oil palm fruits to PAMOL (the big state owned company in Mundemba) and prefer sell it to local artisanal mills.