Central African Forest Commission
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The Central African Forest Commission (French: Commission des Forêts d’Afrique Centrale, or COMIFAC) is an intergovernmental organisation in Central Africa. Its goal is to manage the forests of Central Africa in a sustainable manner and is supported by the wildlife trade monitoring network TRAFFIC  The secretariat is based in Yaoundé, Cameroon. Raymond Mbitikon serves as its Executive Secretary.
Its four official languages are French, English, Spanish and Portuguese.
The Central African Forest Commission's ten member states are:
- Central African Republic
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- Equatorial Guinea
- Republic of the Congo
- São Tomé and Príncipe
COMIFAC was established in March 1999, through the "Declaration of Yaoundé". In February 2005, the organization adopted a "Convergence Plan for improved management and conservation of forests in Central Africa."
- Congo Basin Forest Partnership
- Dzanga-Sangha Special Reserve
- Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa
- Lobéké National Park
- Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park
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