It is more important now than ever before to consider effective tree planting that benefits communities and the environment. To do this, the right tree must be planted in the right place for the right purpose.
An eight-country project in Africa has published a major survey of the state of the countries’ land restoration efforts.
A policy brief from World Agroforestry Regreening Africa Project outlines key findings and recommendations to enhance the enabling policy, legal and institutional environment to underpin scaling-up of agroforestry in sub-Saharan Africa.
Radio programs are spreading the good work of the Regreening Africa project in Senegal.
Regreening Africa has set an ambitious target to restore ecosystems in Bugesera, Kayonza, Gatsibo and Nyagatare districts in Rwanda, and in return improve the resilience of smallholder farmers therein.
The most recent Regreening Africa Joint Reflection and Learning Missions (JRLMs) were designed using the SHARED (Stakeholder Approach to Risk Informed and Evidence-based Decision-making) method. The result was an innovative monitoring, reflection and co-learning opportunity between all project partners, across seven countries.
By World Vision Ghana Residents of Adonsi in the Upper East Region of Ghana are preserving 75 acres of forest land as part of efforts to meet the goals of the Regreening Africa Project. The World Agroforestry project being implemented by World Vision Ghana and...
How can the continent turn the tide to more sustainable pathways that ensure food and nutritional security, improved natural resource governance and conservation of biodiversity? Watch this video, as Dr. Susan Chomba, Regreening Africa Programme Manager, shares perspectives on moving from ivory towers of commitments to practical action.
Faced with an unstable security condition and an influx of refugees, the Regreening Africa programme is having to rethink its work.
Sub-Sahara Africa’s 70 percent food is produced by smallholder farmers, mostly the women who are vulnerable to harsh climatic conditions which affect crop production leading to food insecurity which has for decades caused death and malnutrition. With deforestation becoming a key contributor to the worsening climate crisis for farmers, efforts are underway to curb this.