African forests are dying. Every year, 15 millions of hectares of tropics are cut down. The biodiversity sheltering by these forests are disappearing with them and the CO2 kept in the trees is leaving into the atmosphere.
Because we care about the riches of Nature, Forest Friends International is currently working on reforesting projects in several countries of the African continent.
In Ethiopia, Kenya, Ghana and Nigeria, four Forest Friends coordinators are bringing people together around tree planting projects. Schools, companies, individuals are taking part.
The government of Kenya is ready to help us in the 2 million tree planting project, and we are about to engage other governments with us.