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The Conservation Society of Sierra Leone
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Saving Lake Sonfon
Lake Sonfon is a fresh water mountain lake in Diang chiefdom, northeast of Sierra Leone. It´s biodiversity and it´s cultural heritage is under threat through (il)legal mining activites. CSSL works with communities and government to save this unique eco-system and it´s services for people and nature.
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Conservation Society of
Sierra Leone

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.

Hippo underwater, pygmy hippopotamus in water through glass, Khao Kheo open zoo, Thailand
Treetops of Dense Tropical Rainforest With Morning Fog Located Near The Malaysia-Kalimantan Border

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CSSL Newsletter 2-2024

In this issue, the Conservation Society of Sierra Leone promotes livelihood activities in Big wata community to encourage the community to move away from the

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