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Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi: SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana Campaigns Coordinator

Miss Sandra Owusu-Gyamfi is SAVE THE FROGS! Ghana’s Advocacy and Campaigns Director. She holds a masters degree in Environmental Conservation from the University of Greenwich and an undergraduate degree in Environmental Science from Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Gift Memberships

Do you have a friend or loved one who is an absolute frog fanatic? Or maybe just mildly obsessed with frogs? Now you can give them the gift of SAVE THE FROGS! Membership! Their SAVE THE FROGS! Gift Memberships will come with all the perks of a standard SAVE THE FROGS! Membership. You can order the […]

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The SAVE THE FROGS! Promise is a guiding statement of our values and ideals, as well as our commitments to the various groups who comprise the SAVE THE FROGS! Worldwide Community (our donors, staff, volunteers, ecotourists, supporters, students and of course our amphibious friends).

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Introducing Bandana Adhikari from Nepal

SAVE THE FROGS! is an international organization that has pioneered efforts to improve the welfare of frogs worldwide and has set up an international network of volunteers. The difficulties facing amphibians in Nepal is what attracted SAVE THE FROGS! Member & Scholarship Recipient Bandana Adhikari to the organization. With a Master’s in Environmental Science under her belt, she is keen to pursue a career in the field of wildlife and conservation.

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Introducing Manoj Pokharel from Nepal

For Manoj Pokharel, based in Nepal, frogs are “an irreplaceable part of nature” and it is their uniqueness that he finds so fascinating. What prompted him to become actively involved in conservation was the realization that despite their importance to the ecosystem, frogs and other amphibians are the most threatened group of organisms on the planet.

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Membership Discounts

In an effort to make SAVE THE FROGS! Memberships available to all amphibian enthusiasts, we are pleased to offer 50% discounts to full-time students and teachers, and employees of environmental nonprofits.

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SAVE THE FROGS! Members Aspire To Be…

SAVE THE FROGS! Members aspire to be: 1. Protectors. First and foremost, SAVE THE FROGS! Members protect amphibians and their habitats, and do not cause harm to amphibians. 2. Lifelong Learners. SAVE THE FROGS! Members continuously and comprehensively educate themselves about amphibian conservation.  3. Educators. SAVE THE FROGS! Members actively educate their local and online communities about amphibians and ways to protect them.

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Noteworthy Comments from the 2016 SAVE THE FROGS! Members Survey

We recently sent a survey out to all SAVE THE FROGS! members to learn about who they are and assess their thoughts on how we are doing, where we should focus our efforts, and how we can improve. Here are some of the noteworthy responses: What do you like most about being a member of […]

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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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A Note From France

We just received this note from SAVE THE FROGS!’ newest member, Hazel Richards: “Since moving to France, a couple of years ago, my husband and I have been slowly turning our garden into one that is wildlife friendly. We have planted hedges, shrubs, a small copse of hazelnut bushes, a wildflower garden and fruit trees […]

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