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June 30, 2022

More traditional clans in the Bismarck Forest Corridor of Papua New Guinea agree on legally protecting their forest lands together

Seven clans of the Wamiufa tribe, with a total estimated population of over 4000, have today (29.06.22) signed a legally binding contract to protect their forest biodiversity from growing threats of over-exploitation of their forest land and wildlife.

February 25, 2022

NFI and WCS conduct the first filmmakers selection in Mauberema and kick-start the Conservation for Culture programme in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea

In every household and every community in Papua New Guinea, telling stories is how one generation connects the next to the past and prepares the next for the future.

February 25, 2022

WCS PNG leads the first community ranger training in Kwiop and builds up the community-based organisation operational capacity to protect the Mount Goplom Conservation Area

The SWM Programme is developing innovative solutions based on field projects in fifteen countries of Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific to improve the conservation and sustainable use of wildlife in forest, savannah and wetland environments.

November 24, 2021

First camera trap videos of Dwarf Cassowaries in Mt. Goplom Conservation Area along the Bismarck forest corridor ecosystem.

In June 2021, 48 camera traps were installed at Kwiop, Jiwaka Province, deep in the Papua New Guinea...

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