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A community-run ecotourism project at Tsam Tsam creates jobs for local residents while protecting biodiversity and generating income for OELO's conservation initiatives.
OELO organizes environmental education programs in 14 primary and secondary schools in the Lambaréné region, and sponsors stewardship projects with student-led nature clubs.
In partnership with The Nature Conservancy, OELO has launched a sustainable fishing initiative in nine villages on Lake Oguemoué.
OELO supports ecological research with academic, governmental and NGO partners to better understand biodiversity in the lake region of Gabon and to protect ecosystem services.
To raise awareness about protected species and to change consumer preferences for bushmeat, we work with hunters, vendors, restaurant owners, and Lambaréné area residents.