The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Impacts of the interventions
Over the years, WWF was able to introduce several suitable land-use management practices that enhanced quality and quantity of freshwater, conserved natural habitats and improved local livelihoods. The critical slopes around the park were stabilized and management of storm water was significantly upgraded. WWF also carried out block plantation, built enclosures through fencing for natural regeneration of forests and planted over 30,000 trees, which aided in replenishing over 200 million liters of water per annum into the hydrological system of the region.
WWF was also able to involve communities through community-based organization and established nature clubs in various schools. Prior to WWF’s efforts, the communities were aggressively cutting trees to meet their firewood needs, however, through awareness raising sessions and provision of alternate livelihood options, the communities not only stopped damaging the environment but also got actively involved in afforestation around the park. Students were also trained to become custodians of the park’s natural heritage and guided tourists about the park and its biodiversity.