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How we planted more than 5,000 trees during the COVID-19 pandemic

Abuja Global Shapers encouraged volunteers to plant a tree at home or within their community. Image: The Abuja Hub

Jake Okechukwu

Global Shaper, Abuja Hub, Osgoode Hall Law School

Abdullahi Murtala

Climate and Security Reporter, Humangle

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Abuja Shapers maintaining physical distancing whilst planting trees along Nnamdi-Azikiwe Expressway, Abuja. Image: The Abuja Hub
E-flyer inviting the public to join a Webinar panel discussion on the importance of trees as barriers against diseases. Image: The Abuja Hub
One of the economic trees planted by young Shafatu Tela in honour of Al Gore for his contribution in global climate action. Image: The Abuja Hub

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