SFC supports conservation projects across Ghana which protect
animal and plant life and promote biodiversity.

WECHIAU

The role of The Savannah Fruits Company in this project is to help develop additional or alternative economic livelihoods for community members through collection of organic nuts and processing in organic shea butter. This ensures extra income generated through the organic shea value chain. In addition, for each bag purchased a fee is payed to the sanctuary conservation fund to finance biodiversity protection. Since the beginning of the project hippo population has increase from 4 to 40.

WECHIAU

The role of The Savannah Fruits Company in this project is to help develop additional or alternative economic livelihoods for community members through collection of organic nuts and processing in organic shea butter. This ensures extra income generated through the organic shea value chain. In addition, for each bag purchased a fee is payed to the sanctuary conservation fund to finance biodiversity protection. Since the beginning of the project hippo population has increase from 4 to 40.

MOLE

Mole National Park is Ghana’s largest wildlife refuge. The park is located in the Northern region of Ghana on savannah and riparian ecosystems. A recent survey estimates that the elephant population was about 436 and buffalos, about 1,392. There were about 126 warthogs, 253 water bucks, 337 kobs, 82 bush bucks and 2,813 hartebee.

SFC empowers community in the CREMA (Community Ressource Management Area) with organic collection and butter processing. This enables communities to generate income so that they don’t need to poach in the park. For each bag of nut purchased a fee is payed to CREMA conservation fund.

MOLE

Mole National Park is Ghana’s largest wildlife refuge. The park is located in the Northern region of Ghana on savannah and riparian ecosystems. A recent survey estimates that the elephant population was about 436 and buffalos, about 1,392. There were about 126 warthogs, 253 water bucks, 337 kobs, 82 bush bucks and 2,813 hartebee.

SFC empowers community in the CREMA (Community Ressource Management Area) with organic collection and butter processing. This enables communities to generate income so that they don’t need to poach in the park. For each bag of nut purchased a fee is payed to CREMA conservation fund.

KWABRE

The forests of Kwabre in south-western Ghana (2,500 ha) and Tanoe in south-eastern Ivory Coast (12,000 ha) extend on both sides of the Tanoe River. They are home to an exceptional biodiversity with 1,800 endemic plant species, 31 bird species, 35 mammal species and 49 amphibian species. They are also the last habitat of the Roloway monkey (Cercopithecus roloway), one of the 25 most endangered primates of the world, as well as the White-Naped Mangabey (Cercocebus lunulatus), and possibly Miss Waldron’s Red Colobus (Piliocolobus waldronae) which may already be extinct in the wild. SFC’s Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is produced in this conservation area to bring additional income to the communities in the area. For each cocnut purchased a fee is payed to CREMA conservation fund.

KWABRE

The forests of Kwabre in south-western Ghana (2,500 ha) and Tanoe in south-eastern Ivory Coast (12,000 ha) extend on both sides of the Tanoe River. They are home to an exceptional biodiversity with 1,800 endemic plant species, 31 bird species, 35 mammal species and 49 amphibian species. They are also the last habitat of the Roloway monkey (Cercopithecus roloway), one of the 25 most endangered primates of the world, as well as the White-Naped Mangabey (Cercocebus lunulatus), and possibly Miss Waldron’s Red Colobus (Piliocolobus waldronae) which may already be extinct in the wild. SFC’s Organic Virgin Coconut Oil is produced in this conservation area to bring additional income to the communities in the area. For each cocnut purchased a fee is payed to CREMA conservation fund.