The U.S. Forest Service Central Africa Program works with host country governments, universities, and local and international non-governmental organizations to address and promote sustainable forest and land management, biodiversity conservation and responses to climate change across the Congo Basin.
By sharing and exchanging knowledge, expertise, and experience, the U.S. Forest Service aims to build capacity in program countries to promote the sustainable use and management of natural resources and improve lives.
News & Events
The Future of Climate Change in Central Africa: WICA Fellows Gather to Celebrate Completion of First Year of ProgramThe Future of Climate Change in Central Africa: WICA Fellows Gather to Celebrate Completion of First Year of Program YAOUNDÉ, CAMEROON – The excitement in the room was palpable as …Read More »
- New Human Rights and Conservation Course Launches in Rwanda The Integrated Polytechnic Regional College Kitabi (IPRC Kitabi) in Rwanda officially launched a new Human Rights and Conservation module in December …Read More »
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