A Rocha Ghana partners with organizations and individuals world wide that share our views pertaining to environmental issues.

A number of organizations world wide have been supporting the SAVE ATEWA PROJECT. Words wiill never be enough to thank them for their continual support over these past years that we have been working together to improve Lives and the Environment at large.

 

Project Photos

Learning from Kakum National Park

Learning from Kakum National Park ...

Learning from Kakum National Park

Learning from Kakum National Park ...

Learning from Kakum National Park

Learning from Kakum National Park ...

Learning from Kakum National Park

Some of the community chiefs at Kakum National Park ...

Visit GWC_Kibi

highly polluted Birim river being treated for consumption ...

Visit GWC_Kibi

Visit GWC_Kibi ...

Visit GWC_Kibi

Technician at treatment plant showing students around ...

Visit GWC_Kibi

Polluted Birim River which flows feeds the water treatment plant ...

Visit GWC_Kibi

Students at the KIbi water intake ...

Atewa TEEB Report Launch

Hon. Nii Osah Mills, Minister of Lands and Natural Resources launching the Atewa TEEB report ...

Rehabilitation of Degraded Portions of Atewa

Meeting with local farms who will support tree planting ...

Atewa Project Committee

Atewa Project Implementation Committee ...

Atewa Project Committee

Community Chief sharing some insight with the rest of the committee ...

Atewa Project Committee

MCE for East Akyem sharing some insights with the commitee ...

Atewa Project Committee

Mr. David Kpelle, presenting on the ecotourism potential of Atewa Forest Reserve ...

Atewa Project Committee

Oppong Sasu, briefing the project committee of their work ...

Atewa Schools Program

Student and some Teachers of Both Kibi Experimental and Demonstration Basic School supporting the campaign ...

Atewa Schools Program

Students Of Kibi Presby School paying attention to the environmental education ...

Atewa Schools Program

\"...We are happy to be part of the Save Atewa campaign..\" ...

Atewa Schools Program

Educational team setting up for an interactive engagement with students ...

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Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
A.G Leventis Foundation
IUCN Netherlands Committee
Wet Lands
Both Ends
Forestry Commission, Ghana
A Rocha Ghana
Ghana Netherlands Wash Programme
IUCN

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