Annual report
 OSFAC is committed to producing high-quality research, including reports, working papers. Our publications are subject to peer review, and are held to traditional "academic" standards of excellence, such as objectivity and rigor. We also ensure that all of our publications are timely, fit for audience, and rooted in a strategic plan for achieving positive change in the Congo Basin.

 In recent years, OSFAC has worked with its partners, the DRC Ministry of Forests and Environment, USAID-CARPE, NASA, University of Maryland (UMD) and South Dakota State University (SDSU) to provide data, tools and capacity for satellite based monitoring of the Congo Basin forests.

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