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Kenya and Tanzania have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to help tackle rampant illegal logging and timber trade across the border.
As a World Heritage Sites, boundary changes cannot be made by DRC alone, but must be agreed by UNESCO.
The “Ruvuma Landscape,” as WWF sees it, covers 280,000km2. It is one of the fastest growing regions in East Africa due to the recent discovery of ...
Fight the destructive harvesting and unregulated trade of one of the most attractive inhabitants of our tropical oceans.
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