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Update magazine March 2022

Read about the trees grown and land restored on the Daka River project in Ghana, an interview with new patron Adjoa Andoh and reflections on COP26 from our Director of Programmes.

Inside this issue...

  • Reflections on COP26
  • Celebrating four years of growing trees along the Daka River
  • An interview with Tree Aid's new patron Adjoa Andoh

Over 3.2 million trees grown along the Daka River

This ambitious project to restore and protect land by the Daka River in Ghana was recently completed in February 2022. The project was run in partnership with Ecosia and worked with 61 communities that live alongside the Daka River.

Find out about some of the achievements made securing the river as a year-round source of water for local communities. 

An interview with new patron Adjoa Andoh

You might have seen the news that Tree Aid has a new patron - the acclaimed actor Adjoa Andoh.

You can read a special interview with Adjoa in this edition of Update. She talks about her love of trees, connection to Ghana and belief that The Arts can play a unique role in tackling the challenges of poverty and the climate crisis. Find out what she had to say in her conversation with Tree Aid's Communications Manager Mora McLagan.