GHCT Organises Security Training for Kakum National Park Staff #SafetyisNonNegotiable The Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust in Partnership with the Ghana Police Service is organising a three (3) day security training for the sole purpose of enhancing the capacity of the staff stationed at the Kakum National Park, whose primary responsibility is to ensure
Tourists who would be visiting the Kakum National Park are to expect interesting varieties of new packages in addition to the canopy walk, Mr Isadore Nii Attoh Armah, Executive Director of the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust (GHCT), has said. The Park, which is home to elephants, more than 800 rare species of birds, butterflies, reptiles,
Students pose for photos after interacting and exploring the exhibits at the GHCT/Kakum Park stall Look and feel of GHCT/ Kakum Park stall with student signing the visitors book G. kobina Edah (Communications Officer) briefing the Dress Makers Association of Ghana (Kasoa Branch) on the Vision and Mission of GHCT.
Mesomagor (C/R), Jan. 27, GNA – More than 3,000 inhabitants of Mesomagor, a farming community in the Assin South District of the Central Region were thrown into a joyous jubilation and ecstasy when a new mechanized water system was inaugurated. It was the first time the over a century that the community and its adjoining
#NicholeAriParker and #MichealJaiWhite on the famous Kakum Canopy Walkway #BorisKodjoe and #AnthonyAderson being interviewed by #Gkedah (Communications officer) of GHCT Hollywood celebs learn the Ghanaian traditional ”adowa” dance at the Kakum National Park. Briefing session: History of the Kakum Conservation Area and the Kakum Rain Forest.