Securing water and food supplies for producers in Madagascar, KOLORANO project
1 tree: 2.40
Objective: 25000 trees amounting to 60000
In the Haute-Matsiatra region of Madagascar, the Soarano drainage basin is suffering from water shortages at the end of its dry seasons due to severe soil erosion, generating conflict within the Ambalavao community over the use of water for farming and domestic purposes. By planting 25,000 trees, the KOLORANO project aims to disseminate various agroecological practices to boost these these fragile environments and safeguard water and food for the local population.
This project is fully funded by Mécénat Chirurgie Cardiaque.
This project is already funded!