The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has embarked on ambitious, field-based conservation programs across the Congo Basin. In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), WWF is active in several landscape-scale (LS) sites and aims to deliver lasting conservation impact through four thematic areas of intervention: Wildlife, Food (Agriculture), Forests, and Climate & Energy; all four supported by the crosscutting programmes of Markets, Governance and Finance. In addition to the importance of biodiversity conservation in Eastern DRC, its humid forest is of significant consequence for carbon storage and maintaining water supplies. The program takes an integrated conservation approach with a consortium of NGO, government, community, and academic partners. Key conservation interventions include:

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