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Story Publication logo May 31, 2022

Ivindo FM Podcast: Sustainable Hunting Management Project (French)


Image courtesie de Benjamin Evine-Binet.

Can community-based hunting management succeed in the face of intensified logging? And what will the...


This story excerpt was translated from French. To listen the original story in full, visit Ivindo FM. Our Rainforest Journalism Fund website is available in English, Spanish, bahasa Indonesia, French, and Portuguese.

Warning: The images below contain graphic violence and dead animal carcasses.

On Ivindo FM community radio, "the sustainable hunting management project by local communities" is the subject of two podcasts thanks to technical support from the RJF and the Pulitzer Center Congo Basin. The first program highlights community motivations and the rigors of sustaining forest bushmeat.

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Initiated by Prof. John Poulsen of Duke University, the Sustainable Management of Hunting by Local Communities project in 20 villages of Ivindo has scientific- and community-informed goals of resource management. In the second program, Ivindo FM highlights project objectives with support from RJF and Pulitzer Center Congo Basin.