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GREENLIFE West Africa Supports PAPFor Communications

As part of joint efforts to create visibility for the EU-funded Programme for the Preservation of Forest Ecosystems in West Africa (PAPFor), GREENLIFE West Africa has played a key role in the production of PAPFor communications materials from January 2022 to April 2024.


Supporting EPA to Develop Liberia’s Methane Roadmap

In support of the Environmental Protection Agency, GREENLIFE West Africa is developing Liberia’s methane reduction roadmap, and strengthening the capacities of stakeholders, national experts, communities, and key industries to implement it.


GREENLIFE West Africa and the EPA Establish Liberia’s Methane Technical Working Group

In the context of the Paris Agreement signed in 2016, Liberia made pledges to reduce methane emissions as captured in the country’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC). The waste and agriculture sectors are two of the main emitters of methane, a potent greenhouse gas that significantly contributes to global warming as it is over 25 times


Protecting Sierra Leone’s Gola Rainforest National Park through Beekeeping: A Sweet Deal for Humans and Nature

Limited livelihood opportunities for forest-edged communities in the rural parts of Africa have created a dependency on forests for economic and social benefits. As a result, forest and marine resources face exploitation, leading to habitat destruction and loss of biodiversity including a rapid decline in the population of critical species such as chimpanzees and hippopotamus. This


The Official Launch of a New Project to Build the Capacity and Resilience of 12 Coastal Communities to Adapt to Climate Change Impacts in Sherbro River Estuary, Sierra Leone

On September 4, 2021, GREENLIFE West Africa in collaboration with the Coastal Environmental Watch Organization (CEWO) organized a start-up workshop at the Bonthe Town Municipal Council Hall to inform key stakeholders about the project’s implementation strategies. Participants included representatives from all the twelve (12) targeted communities (Yargoi, York Island, Momaya, Borpu, Jayehun, Sengehun, Bomp lake,


Promoting Forest Landscape Restoration around the Gola Rainforest National Park, Sierra Leone

In response to the Bonn Challenge, the Government of Sierra Leone pledged to restore seven hundred thousand (700,000) hectares of its degraded forestland. This pledge has stimulated Forest Landscape Restoration (FLR) activities across the country. Hence, GREENLIFE West Africa, a regional NGO implementing development activities geared towards sustainable natural resource management, was contracted by the 

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