The Gola were eventually compelled to leave Sierra Leone and retreat yet again before finally making Liberia their home land where they met the Dei people. Small areas of forest remain outside the reserves and connect the reserves to each other and to forests in Liberia. Evidence is increasingly conclusive that the Gola did not only lose three of the Kumba wars but were also forced to withdraw to present day Sierra Leone where the Mende, Gbandi and Loma fought with them in the battle over land. The most important services at a global scale are carbon sequestration and watershed protection, but the forest also plays a role in erosion prevention, climate regulation and supporting sustainable livelihoods through agroforestry and the supply of wild pollinators for crops. Gola's model partly relies on Farmer Field Schools. Some of these ethnic groups included the Gbandi, Lorma, Mende and Mandingo. Very soon, however, the people started to branch out and establish their own towns. Field recorded species including forest dependent species in the Gola forest between and The Mbanza Congo Kingdom and its southern kingdom of Ndongo, under the leadership of the Ngola had 50, people. Contact Information P. Their enemies at the time pursued them and continued to make war with them. Sadly, they learned warrior Gbao died while trying to retrieve salt from the Atlantic Ocean. The forest provides critical ecosystem services and acts as a natural resource base, upon which local communities are highly dependent. At the heart of the project lies the principle of partnership and engagement of local communities to become active environmental stewards of their forest.
Furthermore, history tells us that as early as the s the Gola left ancient Ghana and migrated to what is known today as Ivory Coast and started to settle there and beyond.
Equally so, one of the Gola leaders named Ngola was the founding father of Guinea Bissau in Thereafter, a new Dei-gola culture developed, which was based on agriculture, and people built large towns that were renamed Bola. The first successful kingdom established by the Gola was called Komgba, with Zui as its capital or seat of conscious.
Roye Building stands today.
Evidence is increasingly conclusive that the Gola did not only lose three of the Kumba wars but were also forced to withdraw to present day Sierra Leone where the Mende, Gbandi and Loma fought with them in the battle over land. This is the manner in which the Gola arrived in Liberia.
Field recorded species including forest dependent species in the Gola forest between and
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