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University For Development Studies forms new student chapter of SAVE THE FROGS!

SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana has a dedicated network of students working to promote amphibian conservation efforts around the country. We already have student chapters at KNUST and UCAES universities. We are very excited to announce the foundation of a new student chapter at the University For Development Studies in Tamale! Located in northern Ghana. These […]

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My Earth Day Birthday Wish from Ghana, West Africa

Happy Earth Day from Ghana, West Africa! My name is Michael Starkey. I am an amphibian biologist and am the Chairman of the SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee. For the past three years I have been working directly with SAVE THE FROGS! Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger, and helping to spread SAVE THE FROGS! message of […]

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The 5th Annual Save The Frogs’ Day Begins in Chiana, Ghana!

April 19th, 2013: Chiana, Ghana In order to bring further awareness to the devastating impacts of over-harvesting of frogs in northern Ghana, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana held its first Save The Frogs’ Day event in Chiana! The event took place all day and included educational lectures about amphibian ecology and conservation, a play about amphibian […]

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Inspiring Africa’s next generation to care about nature and wildlife!

An update from SAVE THE FROGS! Advisory Committee Chairman Michael Starkey: Ghana’s frogs are under serious threat from habitat destruction, pollution and pesticides, and from over-harvesting for the frog meat and frog bait trades. With so many factors contributing to the decline in amphibian populations, on April 11th I traveled to Ghana in order to meet with […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana 2012 Accomplishments

Check out the amazing things that SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana accomplished in 2012! – Coordinated Ghana’s first Save The Frogs Day in both the Southern and Northern provinces of the country. — Founded a new SAVE THE FROGS! Chapter at the University College of Agriculture and Environmental Studies (UCAES), to help create the Atewa Hills National Park for the […]

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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 […]

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An interview with Gilbert Adum, Co-Founder of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana

By Scott Harris Gilbert Adum is the co-founder of SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana, West Africa’s first nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to amphibian conservation and the first international branch of SAVE THE FROGS! Harris: Can you describe the community where you live? Adum: I live in Kumasi, Ghana’s second largest city. Kumasi is referred to as West Africa’s Garden City, as […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana T-Shirts Now Available

Over 90% of West Africa’s rainforests have been cleared and frog populations there are in trouble. Help SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana power Africa’s environmental revolution by ordering these awesome 100% organic cotton t-shirts. All proceeds to SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana. Order your SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana T-Shirt here! “I love my SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana […]

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SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana

SAVE THE FROGS! has officially opened its first international branch, SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana, based in Kumasi, Ghana, West Africa. Africa is fraught with both social and environmental problems, and Ghana is an excellent location from which to initiate SAVE THE FROGS! programs that we plan to spread far and wide across the African continent. […]

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Photos: Frogs & Toads of Ghana

We’ve added photos of 18 species of Ghanaian frogs and toads to our brand new Frogs & Toads of Ghana webpage. Be sure to check out the SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana page as well!

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