Documentary: Living Water From the Mountain-Atewa Forest Reserve

What if there is no clean WATER? What would happen if our water is gone? This short documentary tells the story of our work at protecting the Atewa Forest Reserve, which is source for the river Densu, Ayensu and Birim; providing  water for over 5 million Ghanaians. Join the campaign to save the Atewa Forest Now! Protecting Atewa Water Resources is a project of A Rocha Ghana and the Netherlands Committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature, in partnership with IUCN Ghana, the Forestry Commission of Ghana and the Ministry of Lands and Natural Resources.

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