- 20 ecoguards trained, equipped and carrying out anti-poaching patrols in the Dja Biosphere Reserve;
- A community surveillance network established and reporting incidences of wildlife crime;
- Wildlife protection plans with SMART anti-poaching patrols implemented in almost 6,000km2 timber concessions with the Dja complex periphery;
- Overall it is anticipated that great ape and elephant populations will stabilize whilst incidence of poaching will fall by at least 20% over the course of the project.
This project is implemented by Zoological Society of London