Pasantía publicado por: Africa Intern
Publicado el: 24/12/2012
Ghana's leading wildlife society, is a non-governmental, non-political, non-profit making environmental organization which seeks to conserve wildlife in all its forms to ensure a better environment and improved quality of life for all people.
The GWS was first formed in the early 1970s but functioned for a few years and became dormant. In 1991, it was revived by the Save the Seashore Birds Project - Ghana (SSPC-G), a project that aimed at protecting sea and shore birds and their coastal wetland habitats in Ghana. When the SSBP-G ended in June 1994, the Society took over and continued the conservation activities initiated by the project.
The Society require the following volunteers: