The Timber Validation Department of the Forestry Commission organised a 2-week training session for 1000 staff at the Forestry Commission Training Centre in Ejisu. The programme brought together staff from all 16 regions across the various divisions and centres of the country. The training sought to enlighten staff on theRead More →

The Deputy Chief Executive (DCE) OF Forestry Commission (FC), Mr. Nyadia Sulemana Nelson, has assured the newly recruited staff of the Ghana Shea Landscape Emissions Reduction Programme (GSLERP) of the support of the Chief Executive’s secretariat in the execution of their duties. He advised that staff put in their utmostRead More →

The Chief Executive of Forestry Commission, Mr. John Allotey and the Deputy Chief Executive, Mr. Nyadia Sulemana Nelson, together with management of the Commission have welcomed the newly appointed Deputy Chief Executive, Hon. Musah Iddrisu officially to the Commission.Mr. Allotey pledged the support of all staff towards the work ofRead More →

The Greater Accra Chapter of the Forestry Commission Ladies Association in collaboration with the Human Resources Department have commemorated the global breast cancer awareness month with a breast cancer screening program under the global theme “GIVE HOPE, SAVE LIVES”The program was purposely organized for staff of the Commission to urgeRead More →

The Chief Executive of Forestry Commission, Mr. John Allotey, undertook a working visit to the Western North Region. He was accompanied by Hon. Martha Kwayie Manu, Deputy Chief Executive of FC and some selected Directors and Deputy Directors of the Commission. The team paid a courtesy visit to Katakyie KwasiRead More →

The Senior Management Team of Tullow Oil PLC, led by Madam Julia Ross, Director for People and Sustainability, paid a courtesy call on the Chief Executive and the REDD+ Secretariat of the Forestry Commission.The meeting was to discuss Tullow’s Sustainability Strategy which seeks to ensure sustainability and reduce emissions. TheRead More →