Evans Ewald Nkrumah - Executive Director

Evans holds a PhD degree in Wildlife and Range Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST). He has been working with bats for 5 years now. His area of expertise include community and movement ecology. Evans is also an Alumnus of the Tropical Biology Association (TBA). He attended TBA course in 2009 organised in Amani Nature Reserve, Tanzania. See previous conservation project of Evans 

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Ebenezer Kofi Badu - Project Manager

Ebenezer Kofi Badu holds an MPhil degree in Wildlife and Range Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. His research is focused on the ecology of bats. He is an alumnus of Tropical Biology Association field course in Madagascar and has a certificate in Tropical Ecology and Conservation. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Management and specialised in Wildlife Management from KNUST.

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Priscilla Gepi-Attee - Secretary

Priscilla recently finished an MPhil in Wildlife and Range Management at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science of Technology.  Her study focused on socio-ecological interactions between bats and humans. She also received a BSc Natural Resources Management from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science of Technology in 2010.

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What We do

  • Research +

    Bats of Ghana have received very little attention in research. Their nocturnal behaviour, expertise for research and funding availability is Read More
  • Conservation +

    No direct conservation measures are in place for the protection of bats in Ghana. BATlife Ghana is therefore committed to Read More
  • Capacity Building +

    BATlife Ghana realizes the urgency in getting more people to be interested in bat research and conservation in Ghana. We Read More
  • Student Support Programme +

    BATlife Ghana in the long interim hopes to support Ghanaian students by running Student Suport Programe (SSP). This beginning 2016, Read More
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