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Multinational - Central Africa Biodiversity Conservation Programme – Protecting Central Africa’s Elephants (PCBAC-SEAC) - Project Completion Report (PCR)

27-Aug-2019

The Central Africa Biodiversity Conservation Programme - Protecting Central Africa’s Elephants (PCBAC-SEAC) was prepared following the January 2012 massive massacre of over two hundred (200) Elephants in Cameroon’s Bouba Ndjida National Park. PCBAC-SEAC is a response to a joint call (Marrakech Declaration) by the African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), to bolster efforts by African Governments and other institutions to combat the scourge of illegal wildlife and plant species trade and poaching that plunder Africa’s natural resources, posing a major threat to the continent’s stability and economic growth.

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