is a small fishing community and most of the inhabitants depend on income derived from fishing. For centuries now, they have not only been catching fish but from time to time also catch sea turtles in their nets. When seaturtles are caught, they are mostly eaten. As Ko-Sa wants to support the Ghanaian biodiveristy, we have been working together with Wild Seas conservation Ghana to save turtles from the fishermen and release them back into the ocean. The Wildseas Conservation Ghana works together with the Wildlife Division of Ghana. They already have a lot of experience with protecting sea turtles. We have a partnership with the Wildseas to work on sea turtle conservation in and around Ampenyi. In December 2015 we organised a stakeholder workshop, together with Wildseas.