• Run for TREE AID – Royal Parks Half Marathon 2014

    Run for TREE AID – Royal Parks Half Marathon 2014

    Are you looking for a half marathon challenge with a difference? The Royal Parks Half Marathon provides one of the most stunning city runs in the world. Join TREE AID for this iconic half marathon [...]

  • International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day

    International Women’s Day this year is all about inspiring change – a common theme across all of TREE AID’s work, particularly in our programmes with women. Across the Sahel women make up roughly 50% of [...]

  • 2014 – International Year of Family Farming

    2014 – International Year of Family Farming

    The United Nations declared 2014 the International Year of Family Farming (IYFF) to help raise awareness of the significant role it plays in eradicating hunger and poverty, providing food security and nutrition, improving livelihoods, managing natural resources, protecting the environment, [...]

  • RPS bring their technical know-how to TREE AID’s river restoration work

    RPS bring their technical know-how to TREE AID’s river restoration work

    RPS are a major partner for TREE AID. Over the past seven years they have provided us with significant funding and technical support for projects in Mali and  Ghana including in our river restoration work in Bongo. RPS are helping [...]

  • TREE AID’s impact and achievements in the last year

    TREE AID’s impact and achievements in the last year

      Our Annual Review 2012/13 is now available. As a result of our work in the last financial year 67,000 more people now have the knowledge, skills and resources not just to survive in the face [...]

  • Working for gender equality in Africa’s drylands

    Working for gender equality in Africa’s drylands

    Over 50% of the world’s population are women, and yet they form a staggering 70% of the world’s poor. This gender imbalance is clear in the Sahel countries where TREE AID works, with domestic burdens [...]

  • Climate change: helping Africa rise to the challenge

    Climate change: helping Africa rise to the challenge

    Africa is greatly threatened by climate change in spite of its very small contribution to global carbon emissions, according to a recent Spy Ghana article. Paul Frimpong of the University of Ghana points out that [...]

  • TREE AID represented at UN Conference

    TREE AID represented at UN Conference

    Between 13th and 15th May, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) held the first International Conference on Forests for Food Security and Nutrition in Rome. The event brought together figures from government, charities and [...]