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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.