Projects in the fundraising stages
These are projects we hope to implement as soon as possible depending on when we receive funding for them. Please donate today to help support projects like these and to make these plans a reality.
This programme will determine the distribution and movement patterns of Bui hippos and confirm new habitat areas for management planning, build fringe community capacity to monitor hippo and other wildlife presence in fringe communities, create public awareness on the need to conserve the Bui hippos, develop district biodiversity strategy and management plan for the conservation of the Bui hippos, and develop an eco-tourism development plan using the Bui hippos as the flagship species.
This programme aims to introduce efficient cook stoves and biomass fuel (bio-briquettes) in eight fringe communities of Mole National Park, introduce solar lighting and build local capacity and capability to service solar lighting systems, and undertake reforestation in degraded areas around Mole National Park to increase the supply of trees for carbon sequestration.
Participatory and Sustainable Mgmt. of the Barekese Watershed in Ghana: The Barkese Reservoir is the main source of potable drinking water for the residents of Kumasi, but the past two decades the reservoir has been degraded through anthropogenic activities contributing to deteriorating water quality.The establishment of a management structure will help to safeguard and secure national protection for the Barekese Reservoir.
Sustainable Utilization of Natural Resources within the Muni-Pomadze Ramsar Site : Anthropogenic activities within the site threaten wildlife species, their habitats, and the basic livelihoods of communities within the wetlands who depend on these resources. This project will work with local communities and relevant stakeholders to promote biodiversity recovery through the planting on mangroves and other trees in degraded areas.