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SAVE THE FROGS! and ASA / ASG

Kumasi, Ghana, 18th December, 2013 – SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has formed an alliance with the world’s largest partnership for amphibian conservation, Amphibian Survival Alliance (ASA). ASA is headquartered in the United States but work in collaboration with key organizations worldwide to prevent the extinction of frogs. With this new alliance, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana …

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2013 Poetry Contest Winners!

Frogs have been disappearing worldwide at alarming rates. Thanks to all this year’s poets for helping to get the word out! The 2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Poetry Contest received 937 entries from 50 countries: Albania, Australia, Barbados, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, Egypt, France, Ghana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Kenya, Kuwait, Lebanon, …

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Nurul Islam of SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh wins an International Youth Award

The School Broadcasting Network has awarded Nurul Islam of SAVE THE FROGS! Bangladesh an International Youth Award in recognition of his excellent amphibian conservation and community awareness and outreach projects he is implementing with SAVE THE FROGS!. Nominees were judged on the following criteria: Leadership; Innovation; Initiative; Caring for Community; Outcomes and/or Potential Future Outcomes; …

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SAVE THE FROGS! Cali receives $1,250 award for amphibian conservation!

Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Cali in Colombia! These dedicated conservationists have been given the Ian Young Award for Amphibian Conservation by SAVE THE FROGS! This $1,200 award will assist their efforts educating children in villages where endangered poison dart frogs are illegally being collected and exported for the international pet trade. Keep up the …

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2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest Winners

The 2013 SAVE THE FROGS! Art Contest received 3,097 entries from 42 countries! Entries came from: Algeria, Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, France, Ghana, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Jamaica, Kenya, Latvia, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South …

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Google is helping Save The Krokosua Squeaker Frogs!

You can now visit www.savethefrogs.com/google to donate $1 to assist our efforts to prevent the extinction of the Ghana’s critically endangered Squeaker Frogs. Google has already helped us raise nearly $500, which will enable us to buy 620 tree seedlings to re-forest their degraded habitat. 275 supporters have chipped in and now you can too. Android users can donate via Google’s OneToday …

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An update from SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana student chapter at the University for Development Studies:

An update from SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana student chapter at the University for Development Studies: “Today we visited the frog market at Kumbugu in the Northern Region of Ghana. We met the frog hunters who took us through what they do. They are basically farmers but hunt for frogs during the lean season of farming …

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Wins Award from German-based Species Conservation Foundation

Congratulations to SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana  for winning the Amphibian Conservation Fund grant award of €4,000 (US$5,360) from German-based Species Conservation Foundation (Stiftung Artenschutz). The award will enable SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana to promote the recovery of Ghana’s Critically Endangered Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua). The Giant Squeaker Frog is in immediate danger of extinction as …

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