MADAGASCAR - The project aimed to improve the living conditions of the villages bordering Mikea National Park and transfer to them the rights to manage buffer zones.
TANZANIA - The project supported sustainable management of forest reserve resources, mainly based on beekeeping.
BURKINA FASO - The program supported the establishment of village hunting zones (ZOVIC), and communities in developing sustainable, economic alternatives for the exploitation of natural resources.
TANZANIA - The project aimed to support the development and formal integration of village beekeeping activities into the management of Wildlife Management Areas in Mbarangandu and Nalika.
MOZAMBIQUE - ADAP supported the community association Ntava Yedzu, at the time in charge of natural resource management in the Goba region.
CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - In 1997, ADAP launched the park’s first program to promote participatory management of natural resources in the Bamingui-Bangoran region.