Creating avenues for youth to actively participate in the maintenance of the environment Humans’ activities and natural disasters can create erosion and all sorts of harm to the environment. In Liberia, the situation remains the same. To curtail this, the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), with support from the United Nations […]
Empowering farmers, protecting tThe Society for Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), through the Liberia Forest Sector Project) LFSP), is empowering farmers on how to produce cocoa and vegetables for commercial purposes in Lofa and Grand Cape Mount Counties. Recently, SCNL, and the team from LFSP, visited Salayea, Lofa county to inspect and provide safeguarding
Improving tourism, creating employment The East Nimba Nature Reserve (ENNR) was established by an Act of the National Legislature in 2003. it is located in Northeastern Central Liberia with a total area of 13, 500 hectares or 337,500 acres. A co-management agreement was also signed between Forestry Development Authority, (FDA), and three communities bordering the
Working together to reduce climate change The Government of Liberia (GoL), through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in collaboration with partners, is hosting a high-level meeting to launch Liberia’s revised Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) implementation Plan, under the theme: “From Political interest to national buy-in”. The launching program which started today, October 18, is expected
Promoting growth, expanding agricultural activities As a part of implementing the Liberia Forest Sector Project, (LFSP), funded by the Forestry Development Authority, (FDA), the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) is conducting a workshop for communities and stakeholders in Salayea District, Lofa County to develop a participatory land-use plan for the District.
Exchange visit, strengthening partnership As part of the implementation of the activities of the EU-funded Project, PAPFor, strengthening the Birdlife partnership is key to achieving the outcome of the PAPFor Project. As such, the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), welcomed a team from Sao Tome BirdLife and representatives from the