The Forestry Commission Training Centre (FCTC) affiliated to the University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR), Sunyani, has inaugurated the Certificate in Natural Resource Management (CNRM) course. At this ceremony, 67 freshmen were matriculated to start the maiden 18-month CNRM course, on 15th July 2024,at the forecourt of FCTC, Ejisu.Read More →

On behalf of the Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission, Mr. John Allotey, the Deputy Chief Executive, Mr. Nyadia Sulemana Nelson, led a team to visit a The Speaker of Parliament of Ghana, Rt. Hon. Alban Sumana Kingsford Bagbin. This visit according to Deputy Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission,Read More →

Seventy Rapid Response Unit staff have successfully completed a three-week rigorous military training exercise at the 64 Infantry Regiment Training School at Asutsuare.The training has equipped the staff with tactical skills in unarmed combat, patrolling, ambush, obstacle courses, and marksmanship principles, thus the ability to accurately handle firearms.Speaking at theRead More →

The Human Resource (HR) Department has organised a 2 day health screening for staff of Forestry Commission (FC), as part of activities earmarked for the Health Awareness Week dubbed “Our forest, Our wellbeing”. The Forestry Commission Health Week, is an annual event which has been put in place to promoteRead More →

As part of the week long activities by the Human Resource Department (HR) to mark the 2024 Health Week celebration with the theme, “Our forests, Our Wellbeing”, the HR Department organised a health talk to sensitise staff on the need to balance work, life, health and finances.The Forestry Commission HealthRead More →

Members of the Diplomatic Corps have commemorated the Green Ghana Day by planting in the Achimota Forest Reserve.In a ceremony held prior to the planting exercise at the Ghana Seismological Center, Nana Akosua Agyeman Prempeh, Board Member, who read a speech on behalf of the Chief Executive, Mr. John AlloteyRead More →

The Overlord of the Ashanti Kingdom, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, has assured the Chief Executive of the Forestry Commission, Mr John Allotey, that all his chiefs and people in the Region will participate in the 2024 Edition of the Green Ghana Day which will be commemorated on June 7.The AsanteheneRead More →