Images of the annual inventory of all government-stockpiled ivory in the Republic of Congo took place in February 2016 in the country’s capital city, Brazzaville. A team of government staff responsible for ivory management from across Congo’s parks and regional offices, together with NGO partners, assembled to learn about the inventory process with technical and financial support from WCS and Stop Ivory. Together the group counted, weighed, measured and photographed the stockpiled ivory and entered this data into the country’s national ivory database. Congo is one of eight African countries using an application, developed by a Kenyan software developer working with Stop Ivory, to inventory their stockpiles. National parks and governmental ivory stockpiling facilities have been provided with tablets with this software installed to facilitate the entry of information on all seized ivory into the country’s ivory database.