Clara Mallah

Implementation of the FLOUR Project Has Begun with Field Assessment

 Collaborating with communities for a successful outcome The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) has begun the implementation of the FOLUR Project with its first assessment trip to Northwestern Liberia. The FOLUR Project seeks to promote biodiversity and sustainable food systems for enhanced livelihood opportunities in the North West Liberia landscape through …

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            RSPB Staff Visit SCNL

Supporting the PAPFor Project through training and innovation As part of strengthening SCNL Staff for the implementation of PAPFor Project, a team from the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), visited the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia and provided training in camera trapping and SharePoint Data Management for SCNL Science …

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UNDP Through SCNL Provides Training For 60 Youth Eco-brigades In Environmental Stewardship, Small Business Start-up, and Management I n Greenville

Cleaning the environment, reducing poverty through youth empowerment It was a time of learning when 60 Youths selected to serve as the ‘Youth Eco-brigade’ known as the “Snokri Eco-brigade” in Greenville, Sinoe County received intensive training from UNDP through the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) in environmental stewardship, small business start-up …

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                          SCNL And Kongba District Hold ‘Communities Dialogue’ Meeting

                             Working Together, finding solutions to community problems In an effort to buttress the national government’s efforts and make communities more effective in participating in land use planning, develop and respect natural resource management by-laws, including the designation of forest community conservation zones and at the same time providing sustainable livelihoods and sustainable forest management …

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Another 60 Youth Selected To Work AsYouth Ecobrigades In Grand Bassa County

Empowering youth to Keep the environment clean In continuation of the activity to keep cities clean in the counties, the Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL), with support from UNDP has selected 60 youth in Buchanan to serve as Ecobrigades. The youth will assist in cleaning the seashore, and adjacent communities. The …

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 90 Women Benefit From SCNL’s Loan Program In Northern Liberia

              Protecting the forest through community empowerment Conserving nature requires the provision of functional programs for forest-edge communities. The fact is, communities closer to the forest, specially protected areas, most times depend on the forest for livelihood. So, when conservation organizations extend activities that are beneficial to the communities, it makes it much easier for …

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