On 19 July 2021, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee decided to remove Salonga National Park from the List of World Heritage Sites in Danger.
The Head of Cooperation of the Delegation of European Union (EU) to the DRC and his team visited Salonga from 13 to 17 April 2021.
The Director General of WWF visited the DRC from 11 to 19 February 2022, with a trip to Salonga National Park.
A new EU funded project aims to improve management of the Salonga National Park.
In the fight against climate change, it is useful to recall the important role played by rainforests such as the Salonga.
A new project is working to identify the risks of zoonotic disease transmission from the trade and consumption of bushmeat around the Salonga Park.
Institut Congolais pour la Conservation de la Nature (ICCN) and WWF-DRC have signed a new Partnership agreement for the Salonga National Park
WWF and USAID delivered medical aid to riparian communities of Salonga National Park following inter-ethnic clashes
While there are no cases of Covid-19 at Salonga at the moment, precautions have been taken to reduce the risk.
A team from UGPNS carried out an education and environmental awareness campaign in 30 schools in the park’s surrounding area.