Marine Turtle Conservation Project

MTCP is our flagship species program. We are working with community members to monitor nesting beaches and by-catches.

National Survey of Reptiles and Amphibians

Reptiles and Amphibians are of a larger part of the biodiversity of Sierra Leone but so far, little is known about their status.

Education and Sensitization

RAP-SL has seen the need for education and sensitization about reptiles and amphibians in Sierra Leone as an invaluable issue.

About us

The Reptile and Amphibian Program – Sierra Leone (RAP-SL) was conceived in April 2012 with the vision of bridging the local gap in information on Reptiles and Amphibians of Sierra Leone.

We implement programs for the conservation and sustainable development through site activities that will not only benefit the biodiversity of Sierra Leone but help improve living conditions of locals.

What We Are Doing

Reptiles and Amphibians are facing threats from various human activities. RAP-SL works to bridge the gaps in information about the reptiles and amphibians through:

  • Capacity Building Programs
  • Research, Survey and Monitoring
  • Advocacy
  • Community Development Projects

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