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Obama’s Trip to Africa Highlights Important Conservation Efforts

In his recent trip to Africa, President Obama announced ongoing U.S. commitment to supporting African countries in wildlife conservation and anti-poaching efforts, including new restrictions on the ivory trade in the U.S.  These include assessments to curb wildlife poaching and trafficking in East Africa, $7 million in annual assistance to Gabon’s National Park Agency over a five-year period to “secure the largest remaining population of forest elephants in Africa” and multiple other efforts of support and of enforcement, including within the U.S.  These efforts, and many on other governance and civil society initiatives, were a major focus of the President’s visit.

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