The Last Hope
This play was written as part of an evaluation of Africa's oldest and most diverse rainforest conservation initiative in the Korup area, with the aim of highlighting and sharing some lessons learnt from the creation of the Korup National Park, through a period of full activity, to when activities were considerably reduced. It is a fine blend of the results of the evaluation and some carefully developed fictional, artistic materials for the achievement of an overall dramatic effect. Ekpe Inyang gives an informed artistic touch to achieve dramatic effects, succinctly relating the story of Cameroon's first rainforest national park, Korup.
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Act One 19861993
Act Two 19942000
Act Three 20012003
already ASU and MOTIA Asu Asu-Tam-Tam Asu Boy baby beer BEKO benefit Big Mammy black flies brother bush meat carrying chairs Chakara chant CHIEF EFABA CHIEF KITOK CHIEF OF POST committee COMMUNITY CONSERVATION OFFICER continue cousins discuss drink EDUCATION OFFICER egusi EKO and KONDO EKO and REKA EU DONOR exits Eyuma Forest Reserve Gentlemen give Government Gradual Fadeout Act GTZ DONOR handclap happened HEAD PARK GUARD hear Honourable hunt KONDO and REKA Korup Forest Korup National Park Korup Project listen Look lucky mean meeting MINISTER MOKABOI MOTIA Stands Mundemba NGOs Park was created pick play pots PROJECT MANAGER radio cassette Release Koko seat short pause Silence Small London sound of music started surprised tell Thank thing timber company TIMBER MANAGER Traditional Council village walking What’s Yaounde YOUNG