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In Kenya, most of the coffee production is provided by small scale farmers weakened by coffee prices’ variations, difficult weather conditions and a high cost of inputs. Thanks to this project, more than 2,750 smallholder farmers will be trained, over 365,750 remaining trees (including coffee trees) will be planted and more than 11,400 beneficiaries will take advantage of its impacts.
1 tree: 5.73905
Objective: 365750 trees amounting to 2099059already funded: 365750 trees100%
In the Sidama area in southern Ethiopia, most of the coffee production is provided by small scale farmers weakened by coffee prices’ variations, difficult weather conditions and a high cost of inputs. The plantation of 297,000 remaining trees in coffee plantations, using an agroforestry model, will ensure the long-term sustainability of family farming, reduce soil erosion, optimise land use and increase revenue for more than 5,500 farmers through the plantation of forest and fruit species.
1 tree: 9.19885185
Objective: 297000 trees amounting to 2732059already funded: 297000 trees100%
Let’s help the Lisu and Naxi minorities recover their ancestral skills in gathering and preparing medicinal plants, in addition to planting fruit trees and trees that benefit the soil, water, and biodiversity.
1 stable tree: 4.70
Objective: 2600 stable trees amounting to 12220already funded: 2600 trees100%
The Dhamma Rakhsa project aims to help small organic rice producers in the Isan region to diversify their incomes and regenerate the ecosystems on which they depend. In this region, soils and biodiversity are in serious need of enrichment. The project includes planting a community forest and establishing an agroforestry system in the rice fields.
1 tree: 5
Objective: 2500 trees amounting to 12500already funded: 2500 trees100%
The village of Pejarakan relies heavily on its marine ecosystem and natural coastal resources to meet its everyday needs.
The plan is to plant mangroves and introduce clean-up sites for the beaches. These actions will enable the ecosystem to rebuild itself and help the local population regain an acceptable standard of living.
1 mangrove: 3.10
Objective: 5000 mangroves amounting to 15500already funded: 5000 mangroves100%
This project in Canada aims to support five Ontario farm families who want to switch to organic farming and restore local ecosystems by planting 10,000 trees. This planting will create ecological corridors to protect local wildlife, improve soil and water quality, and store carbon.
95% of the donations received will be put into the project and the remaining 5% used to cover the running costs of A Tree For You
1 tree: 5.30
Objective: 10000 trees amounting to 53000already funded: 8127 trees81%