In Benin and Togo, traditional beliefs are allies for protecting biodiversity

Indigenous peoples are recognized as the world’s top conservationists and protectors of biodiversity. In one Reserve that straddles Togo and Benin, traditional symbols of religious protection are being used to change local behavious and roll back the destruction of mangroves. FRANCE 24's team, Emmanuelle Sodji, Raphaël N'Talé, Daniel Aboki and Emmanuelle Landais, report.

In Benin and Togo, traditional beliefs are allies for protecting biodiversity
Indigenous peoples are recognized as the world’s top conservationists and protectors of biodiversity. In one Reserve that straddles Togo and Benin, traditional symbols of religious protection are being used to change local behavious and roll back the destruction of mangroves. FRANCE 24's team, Emmanuelle Sodji, Raphaël N'Talé, Daniel Aboki and Emmanuelle Landais, report.

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