Taï - Grebo-Krahn - Sapo
The Taï - Grebo-Krahn - Sapo (TGKS) Landscape stretches from south-east Liberia to south-west Côte d’Ivoire. It contains the last large block of intact Guinean forest, of which more than 7,000 km² are protected, including Taï National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The landscape is a mix of natural ecosystems and areas that have been degraded to varying degrees, particularly so on the Ivorian side.
These forested areas contain a very rich biodiversity, with a high level of endemism. PAPFor aims to strengthen ecological connectivity in this landscape, to improve the management of Protected Areas and to support local communities on the path to sustainable development.
|CI||Parc national de Taï et Réserve partielle de Faune du N’Zo||National Park||5 360 km²|
|LIB||Parc national de Sapo||National Park||1 804 km²|
|LIB||Parc national deGrebo-Krahn||National Park||960 km²|
Project start date: june 2020
Project end date: march 2024
Initiative of the WAEMU and ECOWAS Commissions funded by the 11th Euro-
pean Development Fund for support to conservation landscapes in West Africa.
|The PAPFor programme in the TGKS Landscape is implemented by the technical agency of the German Development Cooperation (GIZ), with offices in Abidjan and Monrovia, and two field teams, based in Tai and Zwedru. Agreements have been established with institutions and bodies with responsibility for the environment and Protected Areas in both countries to ensure optimal ownership.|