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.