Poverty is still a big challenge in Sub-Saharan Africa and the world at large, with children and women being the highest vulnerable. Many people die every day of hunger yet there is sufficient quantity of food in the World to feed everyone. This poses a big problem because the poor are unable to afford their basic needs. With a situation of this sort, international Organizations like the United Nations, the World Bank, governments and Non-Governmental Organizations are putting in great efforts to curb its prevalence. This work examines specifically, the role the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) plays in alleviating poverty in Tombel Sub-Division in Cameroon. Through the use of questionnaires and interview guides, findings revealed that WWF is encouraging various livelihood activities and many are benefiting in financial and material terms, which has gone a long way to improve the economic life of the people and thus help in alleviating poverty. Some policy implications include increasing the funds allocated to various projects in order to facilitate Community-Based Organizations and encouraging governments to take poverty reduction as a primary development agenda.