Supported by

  • EC

Hassan Partow
Country Programme Manager

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At the request of the DR Congo Government, UNEP has conducted a comprehensive, two-year environmental assessment in conjunction with the Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Tourism.

The outcomes of the Post-Conflict Environmental Assessment are presented in various publications and related resources, including 20 case studies. The synthesis report, released on 10 October 2011, sets out the key policy actions and summarizes the assessment’s main findings. The main report is due to be published in early 2012.

Additional Resources

Water Issues in the DR Congo Challenges and Opportunities - Technical report   [En]   [Fr]

Multimedia

The assessment was funded by the Government of Norway

Press release

UNEP will shortly release a report containing the findings of its major assessment of the environmental and public health impacts of oil contamination in Ogoniland, a kingdom in Nigeria's Niger Delta Region