News: WWF in Africa Programme
All against the illegal exploitation of natural resources in the Atsimo Andrefana
A network of actors against corruption and illegal exploitation of natural resources in Atsimo ...
After 10 years of restoration, the mangroves of Kaday reborn
From 2011 onwards, annual planting campaigns were carried out with local communities and youth. And ...
Engaging local communities: the key to sustainable development
Research Forum of Madagascar 2017: "Biodiversity and Sustainable Development"
DRC: 13 communities at the forefront of a green economy development
13 community forestry concessions titles were formally handed over to local communities in ...
A Multi Million Euros Program to save Selous Launched
Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania: An international multi-million Euro program has been launched in ...
10,630 ha of mangroves to Beanjavilo communities
The Malagasy state renewed its trust towards the communities of Beanjavilo (Melaky Region) in the ...
WWF Tanzania Meets Chinese Ambassador in pursuit of cooperation in conservation
WWF Tanzania delegation recently had an interesting meeting with the Deputy Ambassador for China HE ...
UN conference about Oceans: an opportunity to pledge, engage and share experiences
In Madagascar, it is estimated that marine resources contribute to the livelihoods of more than a ...
DRC: REDD+ shows very promising results in Mai-Ndombe after first year
The results of WWF’s biggest REDD+ (Reduction of Emissions from Deforestation & Forest Degradation) ...
4 raisons pour se prêter au jeu de la conservation des tortues marines au Gabon
Le Gabon, reste un des derniers refuges essentiels pour la ponte des tortues marines. Sur les sept ...