The Cape Three Points Forest Reserve in the Ahanta West District in the Western Region, considered to be a Globally Significant Biodiversity Area (GSBA), is now under serious threat. As a GSBA, the only one very close to the sea, there are certain distinct fauna and flora (animal and tree) species, such as monkeys and birds.
Consequently, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded and US Forest Service-managed Coastal Sustainable Landscape Project (CSLP) has organised a local event at Cape Three Points, a predominantly farming and fishing community, to support efforts by various stakeholders to better manage the protected areas (PAs)/reserve.
The implementers of the CSLP, which is a behavioural change project, decided to hold the programme in the community on World Environment Day (WED), which fell last Monday to help raise awareness of the need to protect the reserve to benefit future generations.
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