On 19 July 2021, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee decided to remove Salonga National Park from the List of World Heritage Sites in Danger.
While there are no cases of Covid-19 at Salonga at the moment, precautions have been taken to reduce the risk.
WWF and USAID delivered medical aid to riparian communities of Salonga National Park following inter-ethnic clashes
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.
Waiting to fill the cannisters with water from the newly drilled well in Monkoto.
Platform for wildlife observation at Bekalikali Bai is finished.
Work sessions organized with 25 CLDs to evaluate their functioning and strengthen their management capacities.
The Governor of Mai Ndombe signs six provincial decrees officializing community forestry.
Work on the Monkoto-Boende road continues and already reduces travel time.
Three Salonga agents developed their biomonitoring and data analysis skills during a special WWF Training.
A visit from the crew of "Giving Nature a Voice." Salonga National Park to shoot a documentary on nature conservation.
Salonga National Park completed its Management Effectiveness Assessment (IMET) for 2018 and it shows significant improvements.
23 police officers have been trained and 20 authorized in Salonga in late 2018
Two students from University of Kinshasa visited Salonga for an ecological monitoring field mission.