Annual Reports

eagle-network-annual-report-2016-1.pdf, 1.32 MB
  • 306 wildlife and forest criminals arrested in 9 countries
  • At least in 23 of the cases, corruption was so flagrant that it was exposed on the day of operation
  • 156 ivory traffickers arrested with a total of 1,260 kg of ivory, which includes 371 tusks and 1,945 pieces of carved ivory
  • 19 great ape traffickers arrested with 45 chimpanzee skulls, 19 gorilla skulls and other body parts, one alive chimpanzee was rescued
  • 36 big cats traffickers were arrested and 33 leopard skins, 2 cheetah skins and several lion skins were seized
  • Balla Doumbouya - the head of international wildlife trafficking ring arrested in Guinea
  • Ansouame Doumboya, Tierno Barry and Balla Douumboya were sentenced to prison
  • 82% of the arrested traffickers remained behind bars
  • 2,099 media pieces on EAGLE arrests and prosecutions were published in national media in 9 countries and 17 international media covered EAGLE’s work
  • The CCU and Steering Group members conducted 24 missions to the countries to ensure better quality control and adequate support to the countries.
eagle-network-wildcat-first-semester-2016-report.pdf, 0.99 MB
  • 146 wildlife and forest criminals arrested in 8 countries
  • At least in 15 of the cases, corruption was so flagrant that it was exposed on the day of operation
  • 72 ivory traffickers arrested with a total of 650 kg of ivory, which includes 142 tusks and 1,128 pieces of carved ivory
  • 16 great ape traffickers arrested with 44 chimpanzee skulls, 18 gorilla skulls and other body parts
  • 21 big cats traffickers were arrested and 18 leopard skins were seized
  • Balla Doumbouya - the head of international wildlife trafficking ring arrested in Guinea
  • 87% of the arrested traffickers remained behind bars
  • 807 media pieces on EAGLE arrests and prosecutions were published in national media in 8countries and 13 international media covered EAGLE’s work
  • The CCU and Steering Group members conducted 10 missions to the countries to ensure better quality control and adequate support to the countries
eagle-network-annual-report-2015.pdf, 4.4 MB
  • 286 wildlife and forest criminals arrested in 8 countries
  • 99 ivory traffickers arrested with a total of 700 kg of ivory, which includes 173 tusks and 384 pieces of carved ivory
  • 34 great ape traffickers arrested with 3 live chimp babies, 68 chimpanzee skulls, 26 gorilla skulls and other body parts
  • The former wildlife head and the CITES authority of Guinea arrested; he was involved in large scale international wildlife trafficking and corruption for more than 10 years
  • A large international trader involved in the illegal trade in CITES species such as chimpanzees, manatees and other primates, arrested in Guinea.
  • A significant international bird trafficker arrested in Senegal with 111 Critically Endangered Timneth Parrots and thousands of other endangered birds.
  • 2 ivory traffickers arrested in Gabon with 206 kg of ivory - the largest amount in Gabon’s history
  • The 8th EAGLE project was launched in Uganda as EAGLE expands to East Africa
  • EAGLE’s Central Coordination Unit (CCU) was established and started fulfilling its role in supporting and supervising the country projects, improving performance and getting daily insight into the network
  • The arrests of international traffickers showcased how the CCU can take EAGLE to a new era of strategically designed investigations
  • EAGLE website and social media launched
rapport-annuel-2015-du-eagle-network.pdf, 4.83 MB
  • 286 criminels fauniques et forestiers arrêtés dans 8 pays.
  • 99 trafiquants d'ivoire arrêtés avec un total de 700 kg d’ivoire, comprenant 143 défenses et 384 pièces d'ivoire sculptés.
  • 34 grands trafiquants de grands singes arrêtés avec 3 bébés chimpanzés vivants, 68 crânes de chimpanzés, 26 crânes de gorilles et autres parties de corps.
  • L'ancien chef de la Faune et de l'autorité CITES de la Guinée arrêté; il a été impliqué à grande échelle dans la corruption et le trafic international des espèces sauvages pendant plus de 10 ans.
  • Un grand négociant international impliqué dans le commerce illégal d'espèces CITES tels que les chimpanzés, les lamantins et autres primates, arrêté en Guinée.
  • Un important trafiquant international d'oiseaux arrêté au Sénégal avec 111 perroquets Timneth, espèce en danger critique d'extinction et des milliers d'autres oiseaux en voie de disparition.
  • 2 trafiquants d'ivoire arrêtés au Gabon avec 206 kg d'ivoire - le plus grand montant dans l'histoire du Gabon.
  • Le 8ème projet EAGLE a été lancé en Ouganda, EAGLE s’élargit donc Afrique de l'Est.
  • L’Unité Centrale de Coordination d’EAGLE (CCU) a été créée et a commencé à remplir son rôle dans le soutien et la supervision des projets des pays, dans l'amélioration des performances et obtenir un aperçu quotidien du réseau.
  • Les arrestations de trafiquants internationaux ont montré comment le CCU peut amener EAGLE dans de nouvelles stratégies d'enquêtes.
  • Site web et réseaux sociaux EAGLE ont été lancés.