The TREES FOR LIFE PROGRAM is an initiative of Community Without Borders Association (COWIBORA) working in collaboration with key environment stakeholders. The Trees for Life Program is targeting to produce 50,000 tree seedlings per public school for planting in state and local authority forest reserves and water catchments towers. The aim is to restore forest cover in Kenya from the current 1.7% to the recommended 10% cover.
The GROW BIOINTENSIVE AGRICULTURE CENTER OF KENYA (G-BIACK) is registered community based organization whose primary purpose is to train and promote GROW BIO INTENSIVE Agriculture (GBIA) as well as other community development options and initiatives among the small scale farm holders in rural areas of Central, Eastern, and Nairobi Provinces of Kenya. G-BIACK was initiated in 2008 to respond to the ever increasing poverty levels and food shortages that are facing our people especially in the rural areas.
Strawberry Fields Eco Lodge (SFEL) delivers an eco-tourism service, embedded in the local cultural landscape and tailored for the environmentally aware visitor to Ethiopia. SFEL offers cultural hospitality and fresh organic food to national and international guests. It also forms the epicentre of a series of ethically-minded, community-based, education and adventure-tourism activities.
The Ecovillage Project will increase resilience of local communities through a holistic, landscape oriented program that integrates interventions in the fields of water buffer and natural resource management, sanitation, reforestation, agriculture, livestock, fisheries, weather forecasting and monitoring, gender, market development and participatory decision-making.
Students for Global Democracy -Uganda is a registered organization, with registration No. 120563 under the Company Act of the Republic of Uganda under. It is a non profit-making, non political and non discriminating organization that recognizes the value of making friends, building partnerships and networks, and respect for human diversity in opinions to promote human dignity.
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