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Restoration of the Giant Squeaker Frog’s Habitat Gets Underway

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana, together with foresters from the Forestry Commission of Ghana (FC) and 100 other volunteers, has cleared a portion of the habitat of the Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis kroskosua) of the non-native invasive weed (Chromolaena odorata). To suppress the regrowth of the weed we immediately planted 2,000 native tree seedlings in areas […]

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Volunteer Opportunity: Restore Habitat For Giant Squeaker Frogs in Ghana

There is a glimpse of hope at long last for the recovery of Ghana’s Critically Endangered Giant Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua). From June 15-20th SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana will remove an invasive weed (Chromalaena odorata) and replant native trees in the Giant Squeaker Frog’s only home at the Sui River Forest Reserve. We would need […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana KNUST Chapter Wins Award from UK Rufford Foundation

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana-KNUST, the world’s first university chapter of SAVE THE FROGS!, has won £6,000 (USD 10,000) award from the Rufford Foundation. The award will enable the team headed by Kojo Kwakye Ofori Amanfo (a Teaching Assistant and a chapter member) to carry out an amphibian monitoring and restoration project dubbed KNUST Wewe River […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana On Live Television

On Friday, 2nd May, 2014 between the hours of 6:30 and 8:30 GMT, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Programmes Co-ordinator Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi will be featured live on Ghana’s national television GTV on the plight of Ghana’s amphibians. Sandra will be joined on the panel by David Kwarteng of HERP Ghana and a representative from the Ghana […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana on TV3

Catch SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana live today on Ghana’s most watched entertainment programme; Music Music on TV3, as we launch this year’s Save The Frogs Day celebration (the world’s largest amphibian actions day). Together with some pupils from Michel Camp in Accra, we will announce the event to a studio audience of over 400 and […]

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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 […]

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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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Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi Speaks At The University Of Cambridge

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Program Co-ordinator Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi has been selected by the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom to represent Ghana at its Conference on Conservation Science from 25th to 27th March 2014.

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Help SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana move into its very first office

To date SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has never had an office. Instead of the nice working conditions you are likely used to, we work in loud, crowded internet cafes and university computer labs. Right now we need your financial assistance to move into its very first office, which will be located in Kumasi, Ghana next […]

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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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