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Geographical coverage

We are currently registered to and working on Tanzania mainland with a target of reaching out the whole African continent.


  • We are conserving and preserving the environment through the process of taking wild plant species and bringing it under human management and cultivation.
  • Also, we are assisting the ecological recovery of environmental ecosystem that has been degraded or destroyed by different degradation factors including human factor.

Community Empowerment

  • Our organization focuses more on empowering the local community through providing education by increase awareness on the essence of the wild tree species.
  • Provide different necessities and facilities to the local people including general safety wear, shovel and AG pipe.
  • Provide employment through different project activities that will be conducted on the local areas.


We help conserve and preserve water through planting trees and conducting restoration activities on the catchment areas so that;

  • Store and slow runoff
  • Increase evapotranspiration
  • Increase soil water retention
  • Reduce pollutant source
  • Create aquatic habitat life
  • Enhance precipitation
  • Absorb and retain carbon dioxide

Climate change adaptation and mitigation.



The whole domestication process of indigenous wild tree species can be fostered to bring outcomes if is compatible with annual crops. For farmers to innovate and adapt in planting trees that are new to them as a result of domestication we must encourage the general upgrading of farm practices; one crucial measure is support for soil-fertility replenishment, measures that reduce farmers’ costs of production. we intend to increase food production and diversity on local areas by emphasizing the cultivation of tree species intermingled with different annual crops and other components of agroforestry. Agroforestry is one of the many sustainable agriculture practices that can help farmers mitigate and adapt to the climate crisis; domestication practices is an adaptive and cost-effective approach that deals with the context specificity of farmers’ circumstances (comparable with wider agroecological practice adoption.