Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia

SCNL’s Microloan Program Changing Lives In Forest Edge Communities

            Empowering women and discouraging deforestation  Conserving the forest involves finding an alternative livelihood for forest community dwellers. The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) understands that with the provision of an alternative livelihood, forest preservation can be achieved.  As part of its many projects helping to transform the lives of forest …

SCNL conducts Key Consultative meeting with Partners and Government agencies on the Northwestern Cluster and Kpo & Foya projects for the purpose of coordinating efforts for the effective management of the projects

The Northwestern Cluster is a World Bank funded Project under the Liberia forest Sector Program which aims to provide alternative livelihood and create access to market with added value chain for products across 66 affected communities around the Foya Propose Protected Area, whilst Kpo &Foya are another World Bank projects funded under The Liberia Forest …

SCNL Conducts Bird Watching Activity in Marshall.

On Sunday, October 10, 2021, old and new members of SCNL’s Birdwatching Club converged at SCNL’s HQ in Congo Town, at about 6:30 AM and headed out to the Libassa Ecolodge, in Marshall, Margibi County. Over 46 persons from various international and local organizations made the trip. The Science and Conservation Coordinator , Mr. Jerry …

Society for Conservation of Nature of Liberia facilitates the signing of Community Forest Management Agreement between the Normon and Tonglay Clans Community Forest.

April 30,2021 CFMA signing between two clans at Forestry Development Authority head office in Monrovia. Bravo to SCNL for this achievements. https://www.facebook.com/STLLIB/videos/132662718878765/

SCNL Host CFWG 1st 2021 meeting.

On January 28, 2021, the 1st regular meeting for Community Forest Working Group (CFWG)in 2021 was conducted at the Society for Conservation of Nature of Liberia office in Monrovia. Amongst the several agenda items for that day, the Normon and Tonglay clans Community Forest (CF) Status was discussed. SCNL under the GolaMA project has been …

SCNL CONDUCTS WORKSHOP ON PARTICIPATORY LAND USE PLANNING FOR HER STAFF.​

SCNL builds her staff capacity by hosting a one day Land Use Planning workshop/training facilitated by Silas Kpanan’ Ayoung Siakor, an Independent Consultant. This training was center around the following: 1.Land Rights Policy, 2013 –Principles on Customary Land rights –Policy recommendations on Customary Land Rights 2.Land Rights Law of 2018 –Realizing the ‘Bundle of Rights’

SCNL’S LOCAL COMMUNITY EMPOWERMENT OFFICER WINS CEPF’S HOTSPOT HERO AWARD!!!

On May 22, 2020, International Day for Biological Diversity, the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) announced that Emmanuel G. Smith and nine other conservationists from around the world were named “Hotspot Heroes” for their efforts to protect the world’s biodiversity hotspots.The CEPF is a joint biodiversity conservation initiative of I’Agence Francaise de Development, Conservation International, …

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