The Lobéké National Park
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
The Dzanga Sangha Protected Areas were established in December 29, 1990 with an area of more than 400,000 ha (4000 m2).
The Nouabalé Ndoki National Park
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.
TNS Protected areas are the main beneficiaries of FTNS subventions. They are represented by their protected area Managers.
TNS Protected areas are the main beneficiaries of FTNS subventions. They are represented by their protected area Managers, who are also the states representatives on the site. The Protected Area Manager and his team provide strategic planning (Development Plans, three-year work plan), and operational planning at the parks (annual work plans).
Protected Areas Technical partners (NGOs) render their technical, administrative and financial support to the Park Manager’s services. They ensure through their accounting, transparency and good governance of financial flows, the co-management of FTNS expenses. They are related to FTNS through a management contract. They apply, in the performance of their services for FTNS, the provisions of FTNS procedure manuals.
All activities mentioned in the Arrangements Plans and management plans of the threefold TNS sectors, are eligible for financing from FTNS.
FTNS partially finances and / or fully activities, and/or sub activities described and budgeted in the Annual Work Plans of each of the three components.
Apart from the three aspects mentioned, FTNS partially finances and / or fully joint TNS activities defined by the Action Plan of the CTPE, which meets every six months in rotation at the headquarters of one of the parks, as well as research work or research in the interest of TNS.