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.
We are delighted to announce that ITF has received a very encouraging mid term report from the Improved Forest Resource Management project located in Usisya, Malawi.
ITF are delighted to have received a very positive half year report from the ELHAP Heritage Orchard Preservation Project. The scheme is managed by our project partner, Trees for Cities who are working with Redbridge council and the staff and young people of East London Handicap Adventure Playground (ELHAP) to lovingly restore and transform an old orchard.
ITF have received an interim report from the Mount Kenya Forest Tree Planting project, an initiative managed by our in-country partner – Save Mount Kenya Forest From Extinction Group. We are delighted to announce that the project has made excellent progress in it’s first six months which looks set to continue as the scheme moves forward.
ITF have received an end of year report from Church Mission Society (CMS), our in-country partner working in both South Sudan and Uganda. Their activities over the past year are very encouraging and there have been a number of notable successes.
ITF have received a mid-term report from the Ugandan Community Project and so far the results are very encouraging. The project is managed in-country by Friends of Environment for Development (FED) and centers around the Abwong ‘B’Village in the Agali Subcounty, near Lira in Northern Uganda.
Since 2009 ITF have been working with SUNARMA (Sustainable Natural Resource Management Association) to deliver the Wof Washa Natural Resources and Land Use Management Project and we are pleased to announce that the project is progressing very well with some major breakthroughs occurring during the past year of the project.
This project has seen some real successes for empowering repatriated women in Kazimia, the area of the Congo where this project is focused.
An area of 350 metres has been cultivated at Mwakilinda for the repatriated women to use and one tree nursery has transplanted 19,256 seedlings to date.
This project has had an extremely positive impact on, literally, thousands of beneficiaries in urban Malawi.
There were the students and teachers from four local schools who were able to establish school woodlots. There were the three thousand individuals from five local churches who plan to look after the woodlots