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AFR100 (the African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative) aims to restore 100 million hectares of deforested & degraded land in Africa by the year 2030. Support AFR100 to reforest Africa! Learn more
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Reforestation provides farmers with jobs, promotes Women empowerment, and supports education for girls and young women. Also, our partners provide fruit tree seedlings for the possibility selling fruit in the future.
Planting trees helps to minimize the effects of climate change - such as increasingly drastic storms. Reforestation also improves climate change resilience, which aids in faster recovery following these storms.
Agroforestry contributes to the reduction and sometimes even reversal of land degradation. Free fruit tree seedlings - such as mango, orange, avocado, and apple - are provided to locals, thus helping to feed malnourished families.
Wells for Zoë strives to make a positive impact for impoverished community members by offering jobs to locals, while also providing access to clean drinking water. With a general focus on increasing gender equality in Malawi, 70% of those employed are women. Additionally, Wells for Zoë supports education for young girls and women.
Aiming to improve livelihoods, free fruit tree seedlings are provided to community planters and nursery workers as additional rewards to plant on their own lands. This ensures a higher participation for labour-intensive task and also food security for often malnourished families. Some of these fruits include mango, orange, tangerine, avocado, apple, and Brazil nuts.
Kijani Forestry focuses on supporting local communities in Uganda through reforestation, as trees hold the power to break the cycle of poverty and create wealth for rural farmers. Hundreds of land-holding farmers in this region, of which approximately 55% are women, have shown interest in planting trees to improve their family’s futures.
Reforestation provides food, fuel, livestock fodder, construction materials, and ultimately improved income for farmers in an industry that has been constantly increasing demand and decreasing supply. By expanding into fruit trees, farmers are ensured a future where the seedlings planted today turn into food and income for many years to come.
International Tree Foundation embraces agroforestry as a restoration approach by integrating crops and trees. This ultimately helps to support local communities both ecologically and economically, thus allowing regions to flourish on a global scale.
In order to provide sustainable livelihoods for local farmers, a strong focus on increasing household income is placed, while also promoting Women empowerment and gender equality. Thanks to agroforestry, health and nutrition is also improved for vulnerable households. Benefits of reforesting this region include improved soil fertility and water conservation, and increased biodiversity.