The Lobéké National Park, which is mainly constituted of equatorial forest is part of the Congo Basin in the extreme south-eastern Cameroon. It covers an area of 217,854 hectares
The Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas were established in December 29, 1990 with an area of more than 400,000 ha (4000 m2).
It was created in 1993 and is one of the largest forest areas reserves of West Central Africa. The park covers about 2% of Congo's forests.
The Sangha Tri-National (TNS) is an area and the first initiative of the cooperation on biodiversity conservation in Central Africa. This complex, which is shared by the Republic of Cameroon, the Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic is one of the 200 ecoregions selected by WWF for the conservation of biodiversity worldwide.
It would be impossible to preserve biodiversity without addressing the needs of people living on the periphery of protected areas. To this end, the FTNS, through variousRead More
FTNS has contributed to the implementation of several activities and investments for the functioning of the monitoring teams, and the mobilization of local actorsRead More
Several initiatives are supported by the FTNS in the field of ecotourism, community initiatives and basic social infrastructure in order to generate income and contribute to improving theRead More
FTNS is also committed to the fight against climate change in the Sangha Tri-national. This has enabled it to support the establishment of a funding mechanism related to the Payment for Environmental ServicesLire Plus
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