WWF-WAFPO Programme Coordinator Appointed as Board Member in Ghana



Posted on 14 September 2009  | 
Rainforest of the Western Region of Ghana
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Accra - WWF-West Africa Forest Programme Office (WAFPO) Programme Coordinator, Dr. Kwame Asamoah Adam, has been appointed as member of the board for the Forestry Commission of Ghana. This position was conferred on him in his capacity as the President of the Ghana Institute of Foresters.
 
His presence on the board will provide WWF an opportunity to push forward conservation concerns in Ghana as well as West Africa as a whole. Dr. Kwame Asamoah Adam has been the Programme Coordinator for WWF-WAFPO since September 2008. Prior to joining WWF, he held a Senior Research Scientist position within the Forestry Research Institute of Ghana and since August 2007 has been the President of the Ghana Institute of Foresters.

WWF-WAFPO is presently implementing the Global Forest & Trade Network (GFTN) programme, a WWF's initiative to eliminate illegal logging from supply chains and transform the global market place into a force for saving the world's valuable and threatened forests. Learn more about GFTN.

Related news:

* Ghana -  Forestry Commission Gets New Board (Ghana News Agency, 3 September 2009)

Related link:
Forestry Commission of Ghana
Rainforest of the Western Region of Ghana
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