Since 2009, ESI Congo's team has been conducting monthly censuses of the bushmeat trade in the Pointe-Noire markets to determine the nature, quantity and origin of the species traded.
From 24 to 28 February 2020, the GSAC Alliance organized a training in Yaoundé (Cameroon) for field technicians from member NGOs.
In implementing its community-based approach, MMT seeks and develops innovative solutions to reconcile Bonobo conservation and the well-being of local communities.
Two important news for the cause of primates in Congo, at the end of this year 2019, are to be noted, thanks to the work of the association ESI CONGO.
In September 2019, a partnership agreement was signed between TF-RD and the Noé association in order to protect the Moabi, a tree threatened in Cameroon due to its overexploitation because of its high
Within the framework of the Small Initiatives Project (PPI), focusing on the development of income-generating activities (IGAs) in order to develop a local economy in the villages located in the buffe
The GSAC Alliance, represented by its former Secretary General, Guillaume TATI, has been invited to participate in the RAJAKO Day in October 2019 in Branféré, France.
In November 2019, the GSAC Alliance, supported by PPI, organized their 4th Strategic Workshop, followed by the 2019 General Assembly, in the Republic of Congo.
The GSAC Alliance participated in the second APS Conference, from 2 September to 8 September 2019, in Entebbe, Uganda, on the topic "Primate Conservation in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities".
As part of our partnership with the Nicolas Hulot Foundation, Quentin, a young volunteer photographer arrived in Cameroon on September 2nd.
From September 2 to 4, Mbou-Mon-Tour (MMT) participated in an interdisciplinary conservation summit called "Conservation Optimism Summit" organized by Oxford University at St. Catherine's College in p
TF-RD intervenes in the Dja reserve, most of which is located in an integral conservation area prohibiting all types of activities (agriculture, forestry, etc.), and housing populations of gorillas, c
In the previous newsletter, our article focused on the first phase of validation, in 2018, of Tofala Hill Wildlife Sanctuary Management Plan in southwestern Cameroon, at local and regional level.
ESI Congo develops a Resource Center for Biodiversity and Ecotourism (CRBE) to promote the biological richness of the Mayombe forest.
The population of the Province of Ecuador, especially those in the region of Basankusu, are bushmeat consumers, including meat of bonobos.
In 2017, in order to continue its drive to create a local economy in Doussala, one of the villages within the Moukalaba-Doudou National Park in Gabon, the PROGRAM association is developing income-gene
The Secretary General of the network, Guillaume TATI, carried out an institutional mission from May 28 to June 5, 2019 in Cameroon. Accompanied by the technical staff, he was able to meet many key act
The Technical Assistant of the network carried out two field missions in 2019 on site of NGOs TF-RD and PROGRAM, members of the network since its creation.
For several years, we have been working on the implementation of an ecotourism project in the project area.
PROGRAM intervenes since 2004 in the Moukalaba-Doudou National Park. In 2018, the association received funding from the Innovative Project of Civil Societies and Coalitions of Actors (PISCCA) of the E
The year 2018 was a year rich in results for GACEBB which continues its field work in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
In line with one of its strategic objectives to build the capacity of network members, the GSAC Alliance organized a technical training in Yaoundé in late December 2018, over several days.
In October 2018, the GSAC Alliance met with various French and international actors in order to participate in the joint reflection on the solutions envisaged in the face of the alarming situation of
The GSAC Alliance participated in the 31st Primatology Symposium organized by the Société Francophone De Primatologie (SFDP).
GSAC Alliance members met from June 1st to 9th in Libreville, as well as on the PROGRAM intervention site, in the heart of the Moukalaba Doudou National Park (PNMD) in Gabon to hold the third General
The year 2018 was marked by the implementation of a project in a new area of intervention: "Campo Ma'an National Park" located in southern Cameroon on the Gulf of Guinea.
Despite the socio-political crisis and the ongoing conflict in the area, the association was able to continue developing its projects in 2018 and to take part in the negotiations.
ESI Congo continued in 2018 its project for the conservation of gorillas and chimpanzees in the Mayombe forest.