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The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the most biologically diverse country in Africa, and one of the richest and most important centers of biodiversity hotspots in the world, encompassing over half of Africa’s tropical forest. It is home to over 15,000 plant and animal species, including more than 3,200 endemics such as the okapi, Congolese peacock, and bonobo.

WWF DRC works closely with local communities and partners to achieve its conservation goals.

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WWF-DRC's vision is to contribute to the preservation of the natural capital of the Democratic Republic of Congo in order to support its sustainable development by simultaneously improving the human development index and creating a low-carbon economy model.

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