A team from UGPNS carried out an education and environmental awareness campaign in 30 schools in the park’s surrounding area.
Health centers built with the support of the Parc in Sambwankoy and Mangilombe will help improve living conditions of these two indigenous communities.
While there are no cases of Covid-19 at Salonga at the moment, precautions have been taken to reduce the risk.
Newly retrained rangers participated in a closing ceremony under the supervision of Deputy Director Lucien Lokumu.
The health center will contribute to improving the living conditions of the indigenous Batwa community.
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.
ICCN, WWF, the major donors as well as all park partners have assessed the progress made since the September 2017 meeting.
August 12th is World Elephant Day. The Elephants of Salonga National Park are very shy.
As part of the National Park's support to local communities, the Rural Development Team has just launched a computer training.
WWF, ISCO and the governor of the province of Tshuapa met several times to prepare the rehabilitation of the road between Monkoto and Boende
Working meetings held in May 2018 ensured the adoption of the Statutes and Regulations of the Union of Professional Fishermen of Monkoto
As part of the rural development activities of the Salonga program ISCO aims at improving the sustainability of farming practices.