One Trillion Trees

How an 'Olympic Forest' can help speed up Africa's Great Green Wall

Women collecting shea nuts as part of Tree Aid's She Grows project in the Koulikoro region of Mali Image: Tree Aid

Tom Skirrow

CEO, TreeAid

Marie Sallois

Director of Corporate and Sustainable Development, International Olympic Committee

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Map of Senegal and Mali showing the regions where the Olympic Forest project will take place. Image: Tree Aid

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