SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Programmes Co-ordinator's Visit to UK Makes Huge Waves

Miss Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi of STF! Ghana is on an official visit to the UK where she is to meet with Professional conservationists, students and the general public and share with them the plight of amphibians. She is to give presentations and form collaborations with both private and government organisations to create more awareness on the plight of amphibians and to provide tangible solutions together with such bodies to save this threatened taxa.

The 3 week visit started with a presentation at the Students Conference on Conservation Science at Cambridge, a speech at the 67th Annual meeting of the British Herpetology Society and she still has others to give at the University of Nottingham, Zoological Society of London and the Harrison Institute. Each visit will also be used to raise funds for the organisation and to contribute towards her travels, feeding and accommodation.

So far, she has raised a total of £290 through the sale of STF! Ghana paraphernalia and donations by the BHS. We will like to appreciate the response she has received from all these organsiations and their generosity towards STF! Ghana. We hope to forge a long lasting relationship and help to save amphibians.

British Herpetology Society annual meeting


Sandra with some members of the society after the presentation

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