Planting trees in Uganda and Zimbabwe
Closing date: 27 August 2022
Many communities in Uganda and Zimbabwe have suffered terribly from the coronavirus and the lockdowns imposed to contain the virus. Floods in Uganda have destroyed houses and crops and caused many deaths.
Tree planting is very urgent in Uganda and Zimbabwe - to moderate the climate, to enable heavy rain to soak into the ground and not cause floods or soil erosion, to improve soil fertility and to provide food and medicine.
Schoolchildren take part in planting trees, including in the school grounds, and in doing so they learn how important trees are for shade and fruits, and most of all to influence the climate and thus contribute to the wellbeing of a people.
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