'Singa', mother to 'Ifodi', members of the Ba'Aka ethnic group from the village of Mossapoula, a tribe that have lived around Dzanga Ndoki National park for thousands of years and still depend on forest resources for their livelihoods. Dzanga-Sangha is now a UNESCO site, also known as the Sangha Tri-National Protected Area and marks the first World Heritage site that spans three nations (CAR, Cameroon and Congo) Central African Republic