Volunteer Position: SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Campaigns Assistant

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana seeks a volunteer to help with our campaign to save the critically endangered Togo Slippery Frog (Conraua derooi). The campaign is comprised of two primary goals: (1) prevent bauxite mining in and around the frog’s habitat; and (2) create the Atewa National Park to permanently protect the frogs and their long-term chance of survival. Continue reading Volunteer Position: SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Campaigns Assistant

Save The Frogs Day Mega Protest In Accra To Prevent Mining Of The Atewa Forest

As part of this year’s Save The Frogs Day celebrations, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana will join forces with local groups to campaign in Accra on June 5th, 2019. STF! Ghana members and other protesters will march to the seat of government and the Forestry Commission of Ghana to demand an immediate termination of impending bauxite mining operations at the Atewa Range Forest Reserve. Continue reading Save The Frogs Day Mega Protest In Accra To Prevent Mining Of The Atewa Forest

Campaigning to Save the Togo Slippery Frog and the Atewa Range Forest Reserve

On 29th May 2015, members of the SAVE THE FROGS! UCAES Chapter will organise a mega Save The Frogs Day, the world’s largest day of amphibian education and conservation action, within the home of the Togo Slippery Frog (Conraua derooi), the Atewa Range Forest Reserve. Celebrating under the theme; “Saving the Iconic Togo Slippery Frog … Continue reading Campaigning to Save the Togo Slippery Frog and the Atewa Range Forest Reserve

New Student Chapter formed in Ghana to protect the Togo Slippery Frog and Atewa Hills

As part of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s efforts to get government to rescind its decision to mine the Atewa Forest for bauxite, a new SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter has been founded at the University College of Agriculture and Environmental Studies (UCAES), Bonsu, Ghana. SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum founded the Chapter in … Continue reading New Student Chapter formed in Ghana to protect the Togo Slippery Frog and Atewa Hills