"Each forest management project now has a well-managed area of forestland to conserve, develop and utilise. Everyone has a sense of belonging and cooperates in the protection and controlling of wildfires"
“Thanks to our cohesion and our mutual aid, many associations in the region consider us as models, they come to learn with us so we are very proud of this.”
Find out how Alizeta has been restoring land and growing incomes at her local nutrition garden in Korsimoro, Burkina Faso.
Zalissa lives in the village of Passimtenga in Burkina Faso. As her land becomes more and more degraded, she is finding it harder to get enough food and money to provide for her family.
But six years ago, Zalissa joined a soumbala enterprise group. With help from tools and training provided through a Tree Aid project, she learnt how to turn dawadawa tree seeds into soumbala ─ a nutrient-rich food.