Though relatively intact, the Sapo National Park, Grebo National Forest, Grand Kru-River Gee National Forest, East Nimba Nature Reserve and the Lake Piso Sustainable Multiple Use Reserve face serious threats from illegal and unsustainable logging, unsustainable farming and illegal extraction of natural resources. The aim of this project is to strengthen the management of the existing protected areas and support the establishment of proposed protected areas and national parks in Liberia.
Strengthen the management of the Sapo National Park, Grebo National Forest, Grand Kru-River Gee, East Nimba Nature Reserve and the Lake Piso Nature Reserve. Strengthen the process of the establishments of proposed new protected areas. Establish and monitor new or already existing landscape corridors within the Taï-Sapo complex. Establish sustainable livelihood support projects and income generation. Ensure Land Tenure Reform and the strengthening of local institutions and administration. Education, Public Awareness and Capacity Building on Biodiversity Conservation.