A crew from "Giving Nature a Voice" visited Salonga National Park to shoot a documentary on nature conservation.
ICCN, WWF, the major donors as well as all park partners have assessed the progress made since the September 2017 meeting.
Salonga farmers with the support of the park’s partner OXFAM, bring 126t of agricultural products to Kinshasa to sell.
50 ICCN rangers train for 45-day to improve their patrol routines in order to carry out even more effectively anti-poaching activities.
The six bridges between Monkoto and Mondjuko facilitate the transport of agricultural products and improve mobility of park staff and local administration.
A high ranking ICCN delegation visited the park's headquarters in Monkoto to present plans to further strengthen the fight against wildlife crime.
Boardwalks between the Lokofa patrol station and the Bekalikali bai have been installed.
Community forests process starting to be implemented in the South of Salonga’s corridor.
This week we installed three solar systems at the headquarters in Monkoto and there is more to come.
Scientists and conservationists met in Kinshasa to examine biomonitoring results and to discuss how this can inform the fight against wildlife crime.
August 12th is World Elephant Day. The Elephants of Salonga National Park are very shy.