Seized ivory tusk with bullet hole, Gabon © TRAFFIC


Seized ivory tusk with bullet hole, Gabon © TRAFFIC


Published 5 June 2020

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2020年6月5日,喀麦隆雅温得 —— 一份新研究指出,刚果民主共和国(DRC,以下简称刚果(金))在有效和安全管理象牙库存方面仍需进一步完善,当前存在的主要问题包括制度和监管框架的漏洞、有关国家机构对自身角色和责任的冲突与模糊不清、合作与协作水平能力较低等。

Les Stocks d’Ivoire d’Elephant de la République Démocratique du Congo: Quel Système de Gestion Mettre en Place?

Report author(s):
Cléo MASHINI Mwatha et Sone NKOKE Christopher

Publication date:
June 2020


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