Isaac Kofi Ntori

Community Liaison Officer/Research Asst.

ISAAC-1Isaac holds a degree in Entomology and Wildlife Management from the University of Cape Coast. He joined A Rocha Ghana in October 2015 and currently working as a Community Liaison Officer/Research Assistant for the “Living water from the mountain” project which seeks to promote the sustainable management of the Atewa forest reserve to deliver its ecological services as well as develop and promote sustainable community –based ecotourism. Isaac is currently based at Kibi (Project Office) in the Eastern region of Ghana.

What interests you most…

I have this penchant for conducting research, especially the adventurous experiences that comes with it. You never really know what to expect till you have some results.

I love what I do because…

I believe I am contributing locally to a global quest for a safe and cleaner environment; a world where resources are managed effectively and efficiently.

Don’t let Chinese banks invest in mining Atewa Forest for bauxite 3rd December 2018
Ghana Institute of Foresters: Don’t Mine Atewa Forest Reserve 3rd December 2018
Latest news
Strengthening Community Natural Resource Management in Ghana 22nd October 2018
North-Gonja CREAMA’s Bye-laws Passed 6th September 2018