Wild Life Division of Forestry Commission Empowers Community Resource Management Team Leaders with Leadership and Managerial Skills

The leadership of Sissala Kasena Fraah a community resource management Area Concept were taken through a capacity building on leadership and managerial skills by the Wild Life Division of the Forestry Commission of Ghana. The event happened at the Sissala East Municipal Assembly Conference Hall and on the 12th February, 2021. In attendance at the event were about 20 participants  who were taken through leadership and managerial skills such as timely communication, team building risk taking,others,innovation,creativity,positivity,inclusiveness,honesty,empathy,patience,active listening, reliability and dependability

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Management of Gbele Resource Reserve of the Wild Life Division of the Forestry Commission of Ghana Introduces Rabbit Farming in Fringe Communities; as a way of reducing Poaching in Protected Areas

The management of Gbele Resource Reserve under the Wild Life Division of the Forestry Commission of Ghana has introduced and organized a training program for selected fringe communities in rabbit farming as an alternative livelihood source. The training event took place at the Tuderidep conference hall and on the 11th February 2021 The event saw in attendance about 20 participants from 8 communities such as Tumu, Welembelle ,Santie, Jijen,Timmie, Duwie, Dasima and Silbelle and all in both Sissala East Municipal

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Management of Gbelle Resoruce Reserve Sensitizes Hunters on Zoonotic Diseases

The management of the Gbelle Resource Reserve in the upper West Region of Ghana has for the first time organized a sensitization forum for hunters in its jurisdiction. The event, which took place at the Sissala East Municipal Assembly Conference hall, was held on 29th January, 2021. The short but colorful event saw in attendance about 100 participants and includes, the representatives of the veterinary service, environmental, Ghana Police service, hunters, pet owners, wild life farmers, private zoo owners, bush

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