In Africa there are numerous indigenous natural tree species that are known and prized to local people by their capability to provide certain products, but only few trees have been domesticated commercially on a small scale or on a larger scale.
Africa has a wide diversity of fruits that provide a source of vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and trace elements to rural populations. These wild resources play an important role in the diet of rural people, especially in times of food scarcity. Although there are numerous different fruits, little is known of them except by the local people. Very few fruits from Africa have been developed commercially.
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The goal of domesticating is to save the purpose of biodiversity conservation and climatic change mitigation while conducting initiatives for improving community livelihood.
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Beneficially ownership, sustainability of developmental activities, active and dedicated participation of the key stakeholders and contracting is to be done at the community level.
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Indigenous tree fruits are informative, researchers are working with farmers to select improved planting materials, reduce the risk of poor tree adaptation, produce and deliver high-quality planting material, and scale up participatory tree domestication. With your generosity, we can help these communities survive, your support will give them access to more nutritious fruit and nut trees (and of other trees providing high-value products