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TRIDOM is a transborder space between Cameroon, Gabon and Congo created in 2005.
The space was born from the will of the heads of state of these countries to manage a space of about 18000 hectares because the biodiversity that is to say the forest and the fauna is not concerned by the border limits between the countries.
There is a need to protect this space to preserve biodiversity and put an end to poaching; to stem the imminent disappearance of species; to fight poachers; and to use inventiveness to protect threatened species even more.