On Monday 17th September 2012, AFFORD (African Foundation for Development) hosts the book launch of Living with the Trees of Life by Professor Roger Leaky – vice-chairman of ITF.
ITF have teamed up with the Give as you Live scheme to make it even easier for you to support our work – and the best bit is that it won’t cost you an extra penny!
ITF have recently received a final assessment for the Mount Kenya Forest Tree Planting project and we are pleased to report that the scheme has progressed very well
We are delighted to have recently recieved a positive mid-term report from the Tanzania Forest Conservation Group
The Community Tree Planting Initiative, a Ugandan ITF project, is continuing to develop well according to a recent annual report.
Today marks the World Day to Combat Desertification (WDCD). The 2012 Global Observance event will be held at the Rio Conventions Pavilion, Brazil, and is entitled ‘Securing Healthy Soils and Stopping Land Degradation: Outcomes for Rio+20’. The event aims to raise awareness of the issue of land degradation and the implications it is having on the future of our planet.
ITF are delighted to be able to share our second quarterly impact report which contains progress updates for 4 of our projects which are all developing very well.
ITF have recently received a final project report from our in-country partner SUNARMA and we are very pleased to report that the Forest Conservation Project in the Wof Washa Forest, Ethiopia has been a great success.
ITF have received a very encouraging mid-term report from the Mt. Bamboutos Montane Forest reforestation project which confirms the scheme is making excellent progress.
After a somewhat soggy spring, the sun seems to have finally made an appearance! Why not make the most of the good weather and come and join ITF and the Surrey Downlands Project at their Open Farm Sunday event on 17th June (11:00 to 16:00)?