Biodiversity Heritage Associates Africa
Post Office Box KA30426 - Airport-Accra
0302 980216 / 0244277795

WHO WE ARE

We are a team of professionals with varying expertise in the management of both natural and human-modified landscapes in Africa. We partner businesses, government, NGOS and local communities to implement projects that support human development and biodiversity conservation. Our objectives are:

To partner governments, businesses and communities to achieve their goals through sound management of environmental, economic and social aspects of the business process. This can only be achieved through the application of innovative solutions based on sound science and research.

To partner governments, businesses and communities to achieve the sustainable use of natural resources for both economic and non-economic uses. To work with public and private sector clients to achieve corporate goals through sound environmental, social and economic management

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TOOLS AND APPLICATIONS

Community Level Innovation Approach (CLI)
CLI is an adaptive approach which requires an analysis of exogenous and endogenous variables that influence how social actors not only act collectively but do so in ways that respond to changing circumstances fostering the capacity for adaptive management
Economics of Ecosystems and Biodiversity (TEEB)
TEEB has emerged as a tool for applying biodiversity valuation in policy and management decisions.
Research
Our research portfolio compliments our Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Portfolios by offering basis upon which projects, programs, policies, and business strategies are developed. This is also due to our deep understanding and experience in the funding-sphere and various policy environments.
Community Biodiversity Use tool
The Community Biodiversity Use (CBU) Tool is an approach to identify and assess how biodiversity is used by local communities in an area
Education
CLI is an adaptive approach which requires an analysis of exogenous and endogenous variables that influence how social actors not only act collectively but do so in ways that respond to changing circumstances fostering the capacity for adaptive management