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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Speaking On Television About The Atewa Forest

Tomorrow at 6:30 GMT, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Executive Director Gilbert Adum and Jacqueline Kumadoh of A Rocha Ghana will be featured live on Ghana’s TV3 New Day about the need to protect the Atewa Forest from mining. Gilbert and Jacqueline are representing the Coalition of NGOs Against Mining in Atewa (CONAMA). The TV programme […]

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Amphibian Conservation Workshop-Ghana

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana is delighted to announce an Amphibian Conservation Workshop. The workshop will take place at the University College of Agriculture and Environmental Studies (UCAES) Bonsu, from 23–25th October, 2013. The purpose of the workshop is to build the capacity of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s members and other ecologists in the protection of […]

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One Of The World’s Rarest Frogs Finally Found

Less than 14 individuals of the Giant Squeaker Frog are known to survive Kumasi, Ghana, October 23, 2013. After four years of intensive search for the Krokosua Squeaker Frog (Arthroleptis krokosua), a team of scientists from the nonprofit SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana (http://savethefrogs.com/ghana) found the critically endangered frog at Ghana’s Western Region Sui River Forest Reserve. […]

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Another Save The Frogs Day Celebrated At Atewa

On the 12th of July, Save The Frogs Day was celebrated at the Kibi Senior High School in Atewa (the only home to the Togo Slippery Frog-Conraua derooi). Kibi is the seat of Government for Okyehene (the royal ruler of Abuakwa State which includes Atewa). The King has long pledged his support for conservation programs […]

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Save The Frogs Day 2013 Plans For The Atewa Hills in Ghana

On Friday 12th July, students and supporters of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana UCAES Chapter  will celebrate this year’s 5th Annual Save The Frogs Day in Kibi. Interestingly, Kibi is the nearest town to where the Critically Endangered Togo Slippery Frog lives at Atewa, and it is also the residency of the King of Akyem Abuakwa […]

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Save The Frogs Day 2013 at Atewa, Ghana

On the 21st of June,  Atewa  (the only home to the Togo slippery frog) celebrated its first ever Save The Frogs Day. It was on the theme “THE NEED TO PROTECT THE ATIWA FOREST FROM MINING”. The Atewa Range Forest Reserve is also Ghana’s most biodiverse area which holds the key to many unsolved scientific […]

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Save The Frogs Day Coming Up at Atewa

On Friday June 21, this year’s 5th Annual Save The Frogs Day will be celebrated in the Atewa District Capital, Kwabeng, under the theme “The Need To Protect The Atewa Forest From Mining”. The program will be held at the Presby J.H.S Park, starting at 2:00 pm. School children will go on a march along […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Formed a New Chapter at Presbyterian University College

This post is brought to you by SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana: In our bid to get the Atewa Forest created as the Atewa Hills National Park, we have formed a second university chapter in the Atewa region at Presbyterian University College (PUC), Akuapem Campus. The PUC Chapter like UCAES (campus), is in close proximity to […]

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An Introduction to the Frogs and Toads of Ghana

Ghana is home to 84 known amphibian species: 78 frogs, 5 toads and a caecilian. Ghana does not have salamanders or newts. With your support, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana will ensure that every one of these species survives long into the future! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey was able to see many species of frogs […]

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Save The Frogs’ Day celebrated in Kumasi, Ghana!

Happy Save The Frog’s Day! Yesterday thousands of people gathered in their local communities in over 30 countries around the world to celebrate amphibians and bring awareness to their conservation! SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana organized educational Save The Frog’s Day events across Ghana, with a goal of raising amphibian awareness and specifically to reduce the […]

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