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 Western Area Peninsular Rainforest National Park. We also closely collaborate with regional partners, the civil society network on coastal and marine protection in West Africa.

Also, World Migratory Bird Day was celebrated in Koinadugu district with our young generation who will be our future leaders and World Environment Day  also known as National Tree planting Day was celebrated among others.

In this issue:

  • Big Water Community Gears up to Benefit from a CAFOD Supported Conservation Livelihood Project
  • Regional Civil Society Network on Coastal and Marine Protection in West Africa: CSSL´s communication manager elected as Secretary General
  • Book release – Common Birds of Sierra Leone: Indigenous Language Guide
  • World Migratory Bird Day 2024: Kabala community engagements
  • Climate Change in a Nutshell: Understanding Climate Change Impacts on Plantain Island, Yawri Bay, Sierra Leone
  • “Our Lake. Our Future.” School Nature Club Pupils reinforce conservation messages through drama
  • World Environment Day 2024 – CSSL and other Conservation Actors Call for Urgent Action on Land Reservation and Climate Resilience
  • „We want a new boundary demarcation” – Big Water community calls for help on land issue
  • Guinean Forests of West Africa – Ecosystem profile update for biodiversity hotspot launched
  • WABiLED: support for forest edged communities – Women’s Empowerment through Climate Smart Agriculture
  • News from CSSL office

To read or download the newsletter, follow the link or click on the photo above on the right hand site: CSSL Newsletter 2-2024