• Climate & Biodiversity Protection Through Eco-Farming & Tree Planting

Our Projects

Tree Planting in Communities & Schools

We plant trees and also engage communities in communal tree planting along the roads, streets, in towns and homes. Through this engagement, the people appreciate the need for tree planting, they care for and protect the trees. We also plant trees on school compounds (campuses)

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Food Forests & Agroforestry Projects

By supplying farmers with seedlings of tree crops and fruit trees, we help them transition from subsistence (small-scale) farming to commercial farming, and from seasonal to perennial (permanent) agriculture. The seedlings include cocoa, avocado pear, mango, coconuts, cashew nuts, oil palm, rubber, plantain and banana

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Reforestation & Micro-Afforestation

We want to partner with communities to convert some of their lands into micro-forests and forest reserves. In some cases, these forests will have fruit trees which the families will be allowed to harvest while prohibiting them from cutting down trees from these forests. We

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Community Education & Sensitization on Climate Change

We need to understand the science and impacts of Climate Change on environmental, social, economic and human systems in order to collectively implement mitigation strategies for reducing & managing the risks of climate change. Everyone’s activities contribute to global warming, so everyone needs to be

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Alternative Energy Sources to Wood Fuel

In Africa, the main sources of domestic energy (for cooking) are wood and charcoal. About 90% of households in Ghana use firewood or charcoal for cooking (Derkyi et al, 2011). This implies, many trees are cut down daily for wood fuel to serve millions of

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Pollution and Waste Management

People who live near gutters and water bodies often dispose off their wastes in them. Burning of waste and car tyres in the open is also a common practice in Africa. We educate the public on the hazards and consequences of pollution and improper disposal

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