The study investigated women involvement and participation in River Asuopiri Community Resource Management Area (CREMA) around the Bia Conservation Area. It identified roles, the challenges and the level of participation of women in River Asuopiri CREMA. The use of interviews and questionnaires was used to collect data from a total of 130 respondents. The study identified 13 women involved in CREMA activities, 100 women who are not involved in CREMA activities, 17 men involved in CREMA activities. Data collected was analysed using Microsoft Excel and descriptive statistics in Statistical Package for Social Scientist (SPSS). The study ascertained that women played consultative and passive roles, in which 31% of the women identified that they encouraged the men in activities that they could not participate, 69% indicated that they advise and contribute towards decision making. In addition, 69% revealed that they lack financial support from the government which restrain their effective participation, whereas 23% and 8% had challenges with time and health issues especially the aged.