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Conservation projects in Ghana
Forest Conversion Programme
The Forest Conversion Initiative (FCI) was conceived in 2001 with the goal of reducing conversion of high conservation value forests (HCVFs) and other...
Elephant conservation in Africa
African elephants are the world’s largest terrestrial mammals. Although elephant numbers have recovered from record lows in the 1980s – today there ar...
WWF African Bushmeat Programme
The WWF Africa and Madagascar Programme has developed a bushmeat programme to implement projects that contribute to the protection of species threaten...
Certifying forests in western and central Africa
Forest certification has been identified as a tool with the potential to improve the quality of forest management and conservation. In many of the cou...
West African Network and Capacity Building Programme
West Africa Forest Programme Office
This project supports the WWF Ghana Office based in Accra, Ghana. The role of the office is to oversee the development and coordination of the program...
Alternative Wood Carving for Sustainable Livelihood
The age-old wood carving industry in Ghana has traditionally depended on a select number of tree species. Sadly, many of these species are now locally...
Defining and Verifying the Legal Sources of Forest Products
As part of the efforts under the WWF Global Forest and Trade Network (GFTN) to promote sustainable forest management practices, WWF West Africa and WW...
Pilot Forest Governance Reform to Facilitate Legal and Sustainable Forest Management
The development and implementation of management plans is a critical component of sustainable forest management. However, in Ghana, many managed fores...
Capacity Building on Sustainable Wildlife Use in High Conservation Value Forests in West Africa