The Tropical Biology Association in collaboration with Save Ghana Frog, has organized the Masterclass capacity building workshop for Ghanaian Civil Society Organizations and other organizations from Nigeria, Liberia and other West Africa countries.
The capacity building workshop was aimed at educating participants on how to communicate the impact making on the grounds and to understand the importance of protecting the environment. The Masterclass is an activity under the Tropical Biology Association project titled " Enhancing Biodiversity Conservation Capacity of Civil Society", a partnership involving Save Ghana Frogs, Save Sahara Network, Nigeria, and Resource Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development, Cameroon, and founded by the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF). The project is said to be targeting civil society organizations working in conservation in the Guinean Forest of West Africa Biodiversity Hotspot (GFWA). In an interview, the Programmes Manager for Tropical Biology, Dr. Faith Muniale from Kenya disclosed that, the Masterclass have been designed for organizations working in Guinea Forest of West Africa to embark on conservation of hotspots that are global importance. Participants she mentioned, would be thought on how to package their message and the different kinds of tools they can used to communicate their conservation impacts. On his part, the Executive Director for Save Ghana Frogs, Mr. Gilbert Adum said, the best meal for frogs are mosquitoes and that, the more frogs are located in an area, the less mosquitoes are found, the less malaria diseases in the area. He averred that, frogs are now difficult to come by all because, they suspect that people are consuming them saying, frogs are being used as indicators on other organisms.

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