One Trillion Trees

How women can play a pivotal role in a more sustainable future for Africa's rural communities

Women pick baobab fruits in Nakolo, Ghana. Prioritising female leadership and expertise in conservation projects could help create a more sustainable future for rural communities in Africa. Image: Tree Aid / Lema Concepts Africa

Annie Schultz

Policy and Advocacy Advisor, TreeAid

Lidya Valea

Monitoring and Evaluation Coordinator (Burkina Faso), Tree Aid

Nathalie Palogo

Gender and Social Inclusion Officer (Burkina Faso), Tree Aid


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A group of women in Ouolodo village, Mali, learning land restoration techniques as part of the She Grows project, through UK Aid Match. Image: Tree Aid / Hamdia Traoré
Actions that have supported African women to create a more sustainable future for rural communities. Image: Growing Food & Incomes, Tree Aid

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