We join forces with local, national, and international organisations to grow trees, improve people’s incomes, and restore and protect land.
We work in partnership to find long-term solutions to tackle poverty and the effects of the climate crisis. Together, we influence policy and push for change that protects trees, people’s livelihoods, and our planet.
We work with many experienced local partners across Burkina Faso to deliver our projects. With funding support from Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, we have been able to scale up our work.
Our work in the Dudga-Meki region of Ethiopia has been generously supported by RPS Group PLC and the IDH Sustainable Trade Initiative. We partner with Vision for Community Development Association to work with 3,500 people to decrease pressure on forest resources, create a healthy ecosystem and tackle poverty through improved nutrition and income.
In Ghana, we join forces with our local partners ORGIIS, ActionAid Ghana and URBANET to work with communities in the north of the country. Thanks to support from our funding partners, we are growing trees to protect the environment, for healthy food, to grow businesses and to bring long-term change.
Our work in Mali continues to grow thanks to support from Darwin Initiative, Turing Foundation and UK Aid from the UK government. Together with our local partners, we are growing trees, helping communities, especially women, to make and sell tree products and restoring the land.
With our local partner, CoGeZoH, we work with communities living in and around World Heritage Site, Park W, to protect its diverse ecosystem and create green jobs. This is made possible thanks to funding from Darwin Initiative and Swedish Postcode Foundation.