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who we are

The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) is Liberia’s oldest conservation organization.  We are a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization.  We promote the conservation and wise use of Liberia’s natural resources to ensure a healthy environment and good quality life for all people in Liberia.
Our vision:  That biodiversity is effectively managed and wisely used. Our mission: To educate, encourage and assist the public to understand the need to conserve nature, build consensus on the effective management of biodiversity, and to ensure that the use of natural resources is sustainable.

Board of directors

SCNL is headed by a Board of Directors that is elected by a General Assembly of SCNL’s members.  The General Assembly is held every year in March and the Board is elected for a two-year term.  The day-to-day running of the organisation is entrusted to a Secretariat, headed by an Executive Director appointed by the Board.  The Executive Director reports directly to the Board. 

Moses A. Massah

Chairman
Mr. Massah is the Energy & Environment Manager at the UNDP

Darlington S. Tuagben

Hon. Tuagben is the Deputy Managing Director for Operations at the Forest Development Authority, Government of Liberia

Blama Goll

Mr. Goll is the Biodiversity, Conservation, Research Coordinator at the Forest Development Authority, Government of Liberia

Alexander L. Peal

Founder, Mr. Peal is a Senior Conservationist in Liberia and the former Country Director for Conservation International-Liberia

Alexander L. Peal

Founder, Mr. Peal is a Senior Conservationist in Liberia and the former Country Director for Conservation International-Liberia

The Society for the Conservation of Nature of Liberia (SCNL) is Liberia’s oldest conservation organization.  We are a not-for-profit and non-governmental organization.  We promote the conservation and wise use of Liberia’s natural resources to ensure a healthy environment and good quality life for all people in Liberia.

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