Collaborating with CSIR-FORIG and the Zoological Society of London, Herp Ghana is pioneering the establishment of West Africa’s first captive


We train and support early career researchers and conservationist in Ghana and other West and Central African countries.


Regularly organizing school awareness campaigns is a key part of our commitment to educating the younger generation.

Why Care About


Amphibians, including frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts, form a diverse group that shares the characteristic of breathing and absorbing water through their remarkably thin skin.

However, this unique feature, while allowing them to thrive in aquatic environments, also renders them vulnerable to harsh environmental conditions. The moist and permeable nature of their skin makes amphibians highly sensitive, whether in the tadpole stage or as adults, causing them to respond swiftly to even slight changes in their surroundings.



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