Baka Pygmies who embrace farming as an alternative livelihood option to the already disappearing traditional hunting and gathering hampered by the impacts of climate change. The Baka Pygmies of Djoum particularly women have embraced farming as a livelihood that is sustainable and profitable with enough food for family and community consumption. The surplus is sold in the market in Djoum to acquire other household needs and also pay school needs for their children. They plant cassava, groundnuts, plantains, banana and yams which constitute the main dishes in the area. They are also engaged in the cultivation of cocoa, maize, vegetables and to a lesser extend fruits