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ECOFAUNE operates in the north-east of the Central African Republic, a vast area of 250,000 km² covering the prefectures of Bamingui-Bangoran and Vakaga.
Of this area, 86,000 km² are designated for conservation, hunting and economic use of natural resources.
Designated areas include Bamingui-Bangoran National Park and Manovo Gounda Saint Floris National Park, the latter a World Heritage site since 1988 and on the list of sites in danger since 1997.
The project is currently protecting a core area of 8,850 km².