The Gola Rainforest National Park (GRNP) covers around 71,000 hectares and is the largest area of Upper Guinea lowland humid forest remaining in Sierra Leone.
The foundation is widely recognized as a model for Africa and an anchor for sustainable financing of Madagascar’s rich biodiversity.
Tayna is one of eight community-based reserves in various stages of planning and development that, collectively, will create a vast biodiversity corridor flanked by two national parks.
This area is so rich in biodiversity that it’s known as the “gem of the Northern Cape.”
Their numbers decimated by hunting and logging, bonobos serve a key ecological role, dispersing seeds of the rainforest fruits.