CABAG Network Partners:

TL2 Project, Democratic Republic of Congo

The purpose of the TL2 Project, in partnership with Lukuru Wildlife Research Foundation, is to support the declaration and management of Lomami National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo and work with local communities in the park’s periphery to better secure forest resources from illegal wildlife traffcking. The TL2 Project works to conserve bonobos, forest elephants, and ungulates, primates, and birds targeted by the commercial trade in bushmeat. Read more

Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program (BBPP), Equatorial Guniea

In collaboration with Drexel University, the purpose of this project is to support conservation on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea, by combating the illegal bushmeat trade in the island’s most important wildlife reserve: the Gran Caldera and Southern Highlands Scientific Reserve. The Bioko Biodiversity Protection Program (BBPP) works to conserve an array of wildlife including seven species of monkeys and one of the world’s largest nesting populations of leather back turtles. Read more

The EAGLE Network

The purpose of the EAGLE (Eco Activists for Governance and Law Enforcement) Network is to support countries across Central Africa to improve law enforcement and cross border collaboration in the fight against transnational wildlife crime. The EAGLE Network conserves forest elephants, great apes, and other targeted species by addressing the illegal commercial trade in wildlife. The EAGLE Network currently operates in nine countries across Africa. Read more

Gabon Community Wildlife Project

The purpose of this project, in partnership with Duke University, is to support conservation by integrating local people into monitoring activities in an effort to increase community understanding of natural resource management and reduce pressure on species hunted for bushmeat. This project seeks to conserve wildlife in and around the Ivindo and Minkébé National Parks in Gabon. Read more

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Urban Bushmeat Campaign, Congo (DRC)

The purpose of this project is to reduce demand for bushmeat in Kinshasa (DRC) and Brazzaville (Republic of the Congo) by developing a replicable model for reducing luxury bushmeat consumption and targeting the structures that enable bushmeat availability in big cities across Central Africa. This project is intended to conserve protected species in the commercial bushmeat trade. Read more

Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Northern Congo

The overall goal of this project is to maintain the ecological integrity, connectivity, and wealth of wildlife in the Sangha Tri-National and Northern Congo continuous forest landscape. This project spans over Nouabalé Ndoki National Park and surrounding concessions, Lobéké National Park, Dzanga-Ndoki National Park, Dzanga Sangha Reserve, Odzala-Kokoua National Park and surrounding concessions, and the SembeSouanke forestry concessions. The forests of Northern Congo remain one of the greatest areas of intact biodiversity and are threatened with increased access that results in bushmeat in the area flowing through the markets of Ouesso, the provincial capital of the Sangha department. Read more

OELO (Organisation Ecotouristique du Lac Oguemoué), Gabon

The purpose of this project is to conserve protected wildlife in the lake district of Gabon. This project seeks to reduce the illegal bushmeat trade in Lamberéné, Gabon, by addressing the sale of protected species. It conserves protected wildlife such as the manatee, forest buffalo, and giant pangolin by seeking to change consumer preference for bushmeat and reduce wildlife trade in Lamberéné. Read more

MENTOR-POP (Progress on Pangolins) Program, Cameroon

The purpose of this project is to support conservation of pangolins in Cameroon and Central Africa by developing the capacity of a team of professionals who will work together to design and deliver results-oriented pangolin conservation actions. This project is intended to develop the capacity to conserve the three species of pangolins found in Central Africa: (1) Whitebellied pangolin (2) Blackbellied pangolin (3) Giant Ground pangolin. Read more

Garoua Wildlife College (EFG), Cameroon

Action for Pangolin Conservation (APAC), Cameroon

The number of projects/organization is expected to grow