Background and Overview The PAPFor is a three years funded transboundary Project that is implemented between Sierra Leone and Liberia on the Gola landscape with
forest through community forest, sustainable logging and Ecotourism.
Conservation Society of
The Conservation Society of Sierra Leone (CSSL) was established in 1986 to promote a better life for all in tune with the environment. Our main mission is to preserve nature and ensure wise and sustainable use of our precious natural resources for the benefit of the country`s biodiversity, people`s livelihood, and the quality of life of all people in Sierra Leone.
What we do
Strengthening stakeholder capacity for sustainable management of the Yawri Bay in Sierra Leone´s coastal corridor.
Background and short history In the search for the endemic Emerald starling bird, CSSL discovered that Lake Sonfon holds the largest population of the Emerald
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CSSL supports communities around the Western Area Peninsula to reach out to government Community members at the Western Area Peninsula are heavily concerned about the
By Abdul Kaprr Dumbuya, CSSL’s Communication Manager Madam Katta Sannoh is a 58-year-old woman and a peasant farmer who lives in Joru community, Gaura chiefdom
for people and nature
Conservation is more important then ever to fight climate change and its consequences for people and nature.
We can not win this battle alone, we need your support for a healthy tomorrow and a world in which humans, animals and plants will be able to live.
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