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Endangered Species Refuge in Ghana Expanded

In Ghana’s southeast, in the hills along the border with Togo, sits a series of forest patches. Surrounding these forests are human settlements, farms and savannas — which isolate this area from other West African forests. Due to this isolation and heavy human influence, most of the species once native to these forests, like Chimpanzees, […]



Ei Thinzar Aung received a B.Sc in Environmental Studies in 2016, and after graduation, joined BANCA. Experienced in protected area management planning, her responsibilities on BANCA and Rainforest Trust’s joint conservation project focus on conducting surveys and monitoring biodiversity, especially flora.



Min Thiha Zaw graduated B.Sc (Marine Science) from Pathein University in 2015. He has been working with BANCA since 2016 as a field coordinator, specializing in biodiversity monitoring along the coast of Myanmar.



Yan Naung Soe graduated from a B.A. program in English at Sittwe University in 2006 and is secretary of the Rakhine Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Association (RBANCA). He conserves Spoon-billed Sandpiper as a BANCA field coordinator on Nan Thar Island.


Toe Tet Aung

Toe Tet Aung graduated with a B.Sc in Marine Science and Diploma in Aquaculture from Pathein University in 2015. He has joined Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Association (BANCA) as a field coordinator working on marine biodiversity and shore birds conservation.


Indigenous Forest Lands Protected in the Philippines

The indigenous Dumagat and Alta communities, with support from Rainforest Trust and partner Daluhay Daloy ng Buhay Inc., an organization focused on democratic ecosystem management, have just established the San Luis S’bkal-Is’suwi Indigenous Community Conserved Area and Territory on the Philippine island of Luzon. This 97,670-acre reserve safeguards habitat for threatened species while helping surrounding […]