WCS - Radio Okapi: An invitation to spend 9 minutes discovering WCS activities and priorities in the DRC
The Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) is a non-governmental organizationunder U.S. law that develops programmes in several countries around the world. Since it was established in the DRC in 1985, the institution has been implementingprojects in the field of environment and nature conservation.
Jody Nkashama and Nanny Ngoie present an update of the NGO's activitiesalongside Richard Tshombe, its national director.
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