SDG 13: Climate Action

Why trees are a crucial ingredient for sustainable food systems

Women collect Moringa leaves at Sapouy community nutrition garden in Burkina Faso Image: Tree Aid

Tom Skirrow
CEO, TreeAid
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SDG 13: Climate Action

Arigueta Zoungrana, aged 60, president of Soumbala group in Passimtenga village, washing dawadawa seeds
Arigueta Zoungrana, aged 60, president of Soumbala group in Passimtenga village, washing dawadawa seeds Image: Tree Aid

A bag of harvested moringa leaves from Sapouy community nutrition garden in Burkina Faso.
A bag of harvested moringa leaves from Sapouy community nutrition garden in Burkina Faso. Image: Tree Aid

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