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Seized ivory tusk with bullet hole, Gabon © TRAFFIC

Un système efficacede gestion des stocks d'ivoire pour la RDC

Seized ivory tusk with bullet hole, Gabon © TRAFFIC


Published 05 juin 2020

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Une nouvelle étude de TRAFFIC encourage la RDC à développer un système efficace de gestion des stocks d'ivoire

Yaoundé, Cameroun, 5 juin 2020 – Les  lacunes du cadre institutionnel et réglementaire,  les confusions dans les rôles et responsabilités des institutions publiques concernées, le faible niveau de coopération et de collaboration de celles-ci, et  leurs faibles capacités sont entre autres des facteurs majeurs qui nuisent à la gestion efficace et sûre des stocks d'ivoire détenus par le gouvernement en République démocratique du Congo (RDC)  font l’objet d’un nouveau rapport TRAFFIC.

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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