In particular about the involvement of the community on the ground, how we reach people and what measures we take to protect people and animals together.
Read about her exciting impressions just before the world was brought to a standstill in march. Especially about her visit to the rainforest together with the youth group Ndima Kali and Doyenne Henriette Memba.
They belong to the BaAka, the true nature conservationists in the region.
DSPA ecoguards helped to rescue a BaAka girl who had been kidnapped near Bayanga, the main village in Dzanga-Sangha, in late January 2021.
African elephant species now Endangered and Critically Endangered - IUCN Red List
CAR ranks among the top 10 countries in the world in wildlife conservation
Janika Wendefeuer is responsible for biomonitoring in the DSPA
Terence Fuh Neba explains the impact.
Statement from Dzanga-Sangha Protected Areas in response to the spreading of COVID-19