TroFaCo and our partner in Vietnam, ActionAid are wrapping up our project on participatory forest management. It has helped form many local forest management groups, who can work jointly with local authorities in planning and management of local forests, where communities own quite large parts. As a tool for that, the project has taken…Details
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Trees planted with and by EADEN TroFaCo has been following up in Uganda on the agreement with Eastern Archdiocese Development Network of Caritas (EADEN). We sponsored EADEN’s first planting of 1,350 trees, with Caritas Tororo in the south-eastern corner of Uganda. EADEN is then, on its own initiative and endorsed by the…Details
CIDI – a responsible partner: Early May 2018 TroFaCo’s CEO was again in Soroti in Uganda to check on progress. Briefly: CIDI has found an area where to replace the 4,200 trees that the goats ate (See previous post). The choice is a church which operates a ‘Child Development Center’ for orphans. More than 2,500 trees…Details
The department of environment, politics and society at DIS Abroad has become a TroFaCo partner. DIS supports TroFaCo’s social project to help local communities build / rebuild local ecosystems by planting local trees that improve local livelihoods and contribute to reforestation. Part of the collaboration is face-to-face skype-meetings between students and TroFaCo’s partners in…Details
This is Africa.. We received news from our partner CIDI. The trees that were planted for our partner GrowForIt in the town of Soroti, had met a sorry fate. They got eaten by goats! A classic tale of everybody being responsible and therefore nobody. Trees were planted and protected by nice cages, as agreed with…Details
TroFaCo’s CEO is in Uganda, working with our local partner CIDI in Soroti district. The work is about identifying sites for new plantings this year (in Soroti you can only plant this time, when the rains are falling). We have met with three schools who are all very interested and have large, suitable land. CIDI…Details
September 21, our partner GrowForIt and TroFaCo jointly held a public meeting at the Association of Danish Engineers.
21 participants head about climate change and why trees are needed to clean up. Very lively and positive discussions and questions. We will do more like this!