FAO/GEF Sustainable Management of the Wildlife and Bushmeat Sector in Central Africa project

Project statusCLOSED
Project start2013-08-01
Project end2017-08-31

This project aims to promote the participatory management of wildlife as a conservation strategy for the ecosystem of the Congo Basin, and seeks to improve the well-being of communities on a more sustainable basis.

It covers four countries within the Central African sub-region – Gabon, the Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic.


The project will contribute to the promotion of the participatory management of wildlife as a conservation strategy for the ecosystem of the Congo Basin. It will also contribute to the implementation of a participatory wildlife management system in eight pilot sites (two sites per country), and propose approaches, methodologies, tools and training for the project teams.

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