Who we are
Who we are
“The Trust” has consolidated the gains achieved during the Natural Resource Conservation and Historic Preservation (NRCHP) project resulting in the creation of the Kakum Conservation Area (KCA), the restoration of Cape Coast and Elmina Castles, and Fort Saint Jago also in Elmina among others.
GHCT determines to become a leader in the promotion, conservation and preservation of Ghana’s natural, cultural and historic heritage.
To develop, enhance and manage the natural, cultural and historic environmental potential of the Central Region; while acting as the catalyst for the same across Ghana, through sustainable partnerships with relevant stakeholders.
Consistently serving transparently, with loyalty and honesty.
Ensuring that our activities foster and nurture longevity: so that future generations can meet their own needs, by balancing environmental and economic requirements.
Consistently demonstrating self-respect, respect for others, the environment, and all relevant and approved eco-systems.
Ensuring that provision is made to support an outstanding safe and fun experience, where everyone feels socially, emotionally, and physically secure, on our premises.
Partners / Stakeholders
GHCT values nurturing and building relations with key stakeholders to achieve its objectives. The Trust seeks out partners to be able to do things we wouldn’t be able to on your own, to expand our skillsets, resources, and support to our numerous visitors and beneficiaries. Partner us, so together we can ensure the sustainability of Ghana’s natural, cultural and historic heritage.
Check out our Annual Reports
This edition of the Ghana Heritage Conservation Trust Annual Report provides an overview of our work over time.
Eight (8) paramountcies in the operational areas of GHCT namely Denkyira, Twifo Hemang, Assin Attandanso, Abura, Oguaa, Effutuakwa, Apimanim and Edina
Local Authorities: Six (6) Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDA) in the operational areas of GHCT namely Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly (CCMA), Komenda/Edina/Eguafo/Abirim Municipal Assembly (KEEAMA), Assin Central District Assembly (ACDA), Assin South District Assembly (ASDA), Hemang Lower Denkyira District Assembly (HLDDA) and Abura/Asebu/Kwamankese District Assembly (AAKDA).