Africa's Bio Voices

The Africa Bio Voices is a UN Environment Communication Project in support to the Pan-African Action Agenda on Ecosystem Restoration. As such, Africa Bio Voices aims to document stories of hope and opportunity from landscapes across Africa. 

Africa Bio Voice - Friday, 01 March 2019 08:40

Northern Uganda's Shea Trees

Northern Uganda's once hostile ecosystem is experiencing restoration through shea trees whose flourish is enhancing the livelihoods of hundreds of…
Keta Lagoon, home to turtles, birds, fish and a lot more biodiversity, is facing increasing pressure from unsustainable fishing and…
Infrastructural development together with several other key challenges are gradually smothering life from the unique city-adjacent Nairobi National Park. Nairobi…
Rwenzori glacier provides water for hundreds of thousands of Ugandans. But as the glacier keeps melting, life and livelihoods are…
Kakamega rainforest has dwindled greatly thanks to indiscriminate logging. Action is however being taken to reclaim 50,000 acres around the…
Les forêts du Bassin du Congo représentent le second plus grand massif de forêts tropicales au monde, après l’Amazonie. Elles…
Only 30 kilometres away from Lagos, Lekki Conservation Centre hosts Africa’s longest canopy walk. It vindicates the case for reclaiming…
Dja is one of the last Cameroonian wilderness forest ecosystems to be barely disturbed by man. This pristine state requires…
Sangha Tri-National has a low population density, estimated at 0.7 inhabitants/km². This has a direct correlation to the high biodiversity…
It took two decades for 400-kilometre electric fence around the Aberdare forest to be concluded in 2009. Biodiversity greatly benefited.…

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