Month: December 2022

UNDP Through SCNL Monitors Pisco Eco-brigade

Protecting the environment, uplifting youth from poverty A year after UNDP through the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), established the Piso Eco-Brigade, in RobertSport, Grand Cape Mount County, SCNL has been sustainably monitoring and re-energizing the Piso Ecobrigade. In December 2022, the monitoring was initiated with a Clean Up Campaign Exercise …

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SCNL through the LFSP Donates 52 Motorbikes to Forest Edge Community Dwellers

  Improving Sustainable Livelihood, Protecting the Forest The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), through the Liberia Forest Sector Project Northwest Cluster, (LFSP), funded by the Forestry Development Authority, (FDA), and the World Bank, and being implemented by SCNL, as part of an effort to preserve the Gola Forest have donated 52 …

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Promoting Sustainable Charcoal Production To Preserve the Gola Rainforests in Gbarpolu

Promoting Sustainable Charcoal Production To Preserve the Gola Rainforests in Gbarpolu By Alade Adeleke The Gola Rainforest in Gbarpolu County is one of the last places in West Africa, where pygmy hippopotamus, leopards, monkeys, chimpanzees, antelopes, elephants, and anteaters all roam the same habitat. But the survival of the ecosystem is at a critical junction. …

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Youth Ecobrigade Program Launch in Buchanan and Greenville

For Immediate Release: December 9, 2022 Monrovia, Liberia – The Government of Liberia, GoL, through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, (MoC), the Environmental Protection Agency, (EPA), and the Ministry of Youth and Sports, (MoYS), with support from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), has launched the Youth Eco-brigade program in Buchanan and Greenville. Mr. …

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Official project site turnover ceremony of the Camp Alpha Bridge Construction/ Gbarpolu County. Thanks to the Liberia Forest Sector Project (LFSP), and the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia – (SCNL) for landing the contractor ( Smartz Pro Engineering) into the hands of the communities. SCNL James Mulbah played a key role in ensuring elders, youth, representation from women’s groups, paramount, and town chiefs attended the ceremony. The local leadership (Tima Town, Camp Alpha, Normon Clan) appreciated the LFSP and SCNL for initiating the construction of the bridge. ( pictorial)