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The Regreening Africa App

The Regreening Africa App

The Regreening Africa App is a data collection and monitoring tool, which enables stakeholders including farmer to map out where they are carrying out restoration  practice, the specific management aspects they carry out on the trees and the land and then record and...

Can traditional gender norms shift?

Can traditional gender norms shift?

Reflections by *Lamisi Awuni, a facilitator of the Gender Transformative Approach. World Vision Ghana trained me as a facilitator for the Regreening Africa project to train five communities in Bawku West District — including Adonsi, Googo, Widnaba, Farik and Nosqua —...

Women farmers restoring landscapes and improving livelihoods in Rwanda

Women farmers restoring landscapes and improving livelihoods in Rwanda

Leading farmers like Beatrice Mukagasarabwe are driving regreening of degraded agricultural land in the country. By Charity Uwase* Beatrice Mukagasarabwe, 38, is a champion farmer in her village of Kadebo, Bugesera District in Rwanda. An environmental enthusiast, she...

New guide to engaging communities in planning for sustainability

New guide to engaging communities in planning for sustainability

The Regreening Africa program has produced a guide to ensuring the work will continue after the program ends. By Marion Aluoch Sustainability planning is essential in any project to ensure that activities do not simply end when the project does. Having a plan in place...

Meet the women behind the scenes of restoration in Kenya

Meet the women behind the scenes of restoration in Kenya

By Laura Mukhwana*, Canol Emeke Ojukwu* and Marion Aluoch Women of all ages and localities have devoted themselves to restoring their landscapes. They are motivated by a desire to improve the livelihood of their families and communities through conservation. They also...

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