Louis Nkonyu Aneshie
  • 36, Male
  • Calabar,Cross River State
  • Nigeria
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"Hi Nalini, Nice to see you join the Teens4planet Earth. Best Wishes, Louis"
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Louis Nkonyu Aneshie left a comment for WCS/Teens for Planet Earth
"Teens in Nigeria shows their parents another alternative sources of protein by demonstrating a snail pen for hunters in the area to replicate in order to save the critically endangered Cross River gorilla for bush meat."
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Louis Nkonyu Aneshie left a comment for Louis Nkonyu Aneshie
"HI Lucy, thanks for writing. I look forward to seing your picture as promise and will also like to know what you are doing over there. Louis Nkonyu"
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Louis Nkonyu Aneshie left a comment for Louis Nkonyu Aneshie
"Hi Lucy, Nice to hear from you and thanks for appreciating my work. I hope you know I am a nigerian working with teens to save our planet earth. it will be good to continue sharing our experience and I look forward to keep our communication…"
Feb 13, 2010
Jeanine Silversmith left a comment for Louis Nkonyu Aneshie
"Welcome Louis! So glad to see you on the site."
Apr 7, 2009
Louis Nkonyu Aneshie left a comment for Jennifer Roach
"Hi Jennifer, Keep up. and one day we will see and know clearly how humans are living in harmony with nature worldwide through our effort. Louis Nkonyu, Nigeria"
Apr 7, 2009
Louis Nkonyu Aneshie left a comment for Danielle Shtab
"Nice to see that a lot of teens are getting involve to save our planet earth. Good work. LouisNkonyu, Nigeria- west Africa"
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Wildlife Conservation Society
Team Name
Eco club
Project Title
Reducing deforestation to save critically endangered Cross River gorilla from extinction
Project Description
The adult adviser involved children and youth living within Cross River gorilla ranges in south-eastern Nigeria on awareness campaign against the hunting of endangered species for bush meat, wrong farming practices and inter-schools competitions to create understanding about how the ecosystem function. He also involve teens on non-timber forest product domestication, tree planting in degraded areas of land and campaign against littering

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At 10:37am on February 13, 2010, Louis Nkonyu Aneshie said…
HI Lucy, thanks for writing. I look forward to seing your picture as promise and will also like to know what you are doing over there.
Louis Nkonyu
At 10:34am on February 13, 2010, Louis Nkonyu Aneshie said…
Hi Lucy,
Nice to hear from you and thanks for appreciating my work. I hope you know I am a nigerian working with teens to save our planet earth. it will be good to continue sharing our experience and I look forward to keep our communication line.
Best wishes,
Louis Nkonyu
Nigeria-west Africa
At 2:56pm on April 7, 2009, Jeanine Silversmith said…
Welcome Louis! So glad to see you on the site.
 
 
 

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