Engage in Gabon
Gabon, a country situated on the west coast of Africa, is known for its rich natural resources and diverse ecosystem. As a former French colony, it maintains strong ties to France and has a close association with French language and culture. The capital of Gabon is Libreville. The country shares borders with Equatorial Guinea and Cameroon to the north, the Republic of the Congo to the east and south, and is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the west. Gabon’s geography is characterized by a narrow coastal plain in the south, which widens as you move northward, and is accompanied by beautiful sandy beaches and jagged coastlines. Inland, Gabon boasts a series of granite plateaus that extend from northwest to southeast, reaching elevations of 1,000 to 2,000 feet. The country is also home to the Cristal Mountains, which have been shaped by rivers and carved into an upland area. With its vast rainforest, abundant natural resources, and commitment to reducing emissions and preserving its ecosystem, Gabon strives to achieve sustainable and inclusive growth despite challenges in translating its resource wealth into economic success.