- To conserve natural and semi-natural habitats and ecosystem services within the Weto Sacred Groves, (wildlife habitats, agro-biodiversity areas, etc.)
- To strengthen Institutional capacity at the landscape level to transform the Grove into a model Eco-tourism and a source of alternative livelihood for the people of Goviefe Communities to realize the goal of integrating conservation and production in the landscape.
- Seventy Acres (70 Acres) land size of grove documented for the community
- Total community support including Christians who hitherto were opposed to existence of ICCAs.
- Youth now associate with the care taker and learning learn from him on Caring for the grove.
- Youth of the Community had their first experience of visiting to the grove.
- Encroachers on the site have voluntarily withdrawn and are allowing for natural regeneration of the forest.
- They have voluntarily assisted to demarcate and allow the Grove to be gazetted.
- The environmental task force mobilized the community, fought and put out fire at night which was formally not a bother to the community.
- The Community task force designed a waste management strategy by fixing special receptacles on electric poles and trees.
- The project has rekindled communal spirit, resulting into a durbar ground project and the coronation of the Executive Director of NEBF Jessica Brown as the development Queen of Goviefe Traditional Area under the stool name Mama Nyuiwoa I (Queen who does good always).
- Chiefs of nearby communities now requesting ARDO’s support to restore and conserve their groves along the landscape.