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Yako, Burkina Faso, May 2012: Projects organised with SEMUS.  A SEMUS staff member demonstrates tree grafting.  This method can shorten the time it takes a tree to produce fruit by several years. 

Photograph by MIke Goldwater

TREE AID 30 years later – a founder’s perspective, by Neville Fay

Women harvesting baobab in Burkina Faso The impulse to found TREE AID arose from the 1984 Darfur famine, a crisis reported by Michael Buerk on the ground as “a tragedy of Biblical proportions”.  This led to the pioneering Live Aid Concert in July 1985 which, as well as raising £125 million for famine relief, was transformational and inspiring in its engagement of the media and youth. The world was rightly responding

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TREE AID 30 years later – a founder’s perspective, by Neville Fay

Women harvesting baobab in Burkina Faso The impulse to found TREE AID arose from the 1984 Darfur famine, a crisis reported by Michael Buerk on the ground as “a tragedy of Biblical proportions”.  This led to the pioneering Live Aid Concert in July 1985 which, as well as raising £125 million for famine relief, was Continue Reading

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UPDATE magazine

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Update

Read the Summer 2016 issue of Update
In this issue:

  • Trees and weirs on the Bongo River Trees project
  • Update on Ethiopia Drought Appeal
  • How trees can bring rain
  • ‘One Tree per Child’ project starts in Africa

And much more!

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Celebrating TREE AID’s 30th Anniversary

TREE AID celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2017. 30 years of fighting poverty and desertification in the drylands of Africa, 30 years of planting trees, 30 years of working hand in hand with some of the world's very poorest communities. The origins TREE AID was founded in 1987 by a group of visionary and technically skilled Continue Reading

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TREE AID meets Mali’s first lady

Director of West Africa Operations Georges Bazongo reports on TREE AID's meeting with Mali's first lady I had a meeting with the First Lady of Mali, Mrs Keita. TREE AID requested this meeting as we were wanted to confirm her commitment and support of the natural environment of Mali. I also wanted to discuss our work to protect the Continue Reading

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Growing Hope: Sustainable development in the drylands of Africa

World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, 17 June 2017 "Our Land. Our home. Our Future" As we mark World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought it is important to remember that life can be tough for the 325million people that live in the drylands of Africa, where people rely heavily on natural resources through Continue Reading

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I love trees because…

TREE AID at the Festival of Nature This weekend, TREE AID went to Bristol’s Festival of Nature. It was such an amazing place to be and the atmosphere was wonderful. It was fantastic to see so many organisations working to protect our beautiful planet. One of the best things about the festival was the people Continue Reading

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Growing a way out of poverty in Wof Washa, Ethiopia

Living in the misty mountains of Wof Washa Tadesse Gataneh and his wife outside their home Tadesse Gataneh lives high up on the dramatic slopes at the edge of Wof Washa Forest. At over 3000 metres above sea level, the appearance of the landscape can suddenly change when thick clouds roll in. Tadesse and his family Continue Reading

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How does a mum bring opportunity to the drylands of Ethiopia?

Tewabechi with her younger daughter Iyantu, who has ambitions to be a doctor. They stand outside their modest house in the arid drylands of Ethiopia Tewabechi’s husband abandoned her 10 years ago, shortly after she had given birth to their third child. Left destitute with no means of supporting herself and her young children, Tewabechi’s Continue Reading

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An apple a day keeps the doctor away

Visiting Sintayehu Belachew in the Ethiopian mountains of Wof WashaSintayehu with his apple trees Wof Washa Forest TREE AID travelled to Wof Washa recently; a 6,000-hectare natural forest. Nestled up in the Amhara highlands, it is home to thousands of families who rely on the trees around them. When we got out of the car Continue Reading

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Women’s Cooperative in Ethiopia

Alshoni Women’s Cooperative, Gurage, EthiopiaMembers of Alshoni Women's Cooperative in Gujarage gather for a picture. TREE AID travelled to Gurage recently – a mountain region 130km south of Addis Ababa. We drove for 3 hours from our base in the capital. The last 45 minutes was up a steep and incredibly uneven mountain road. It Continue Reading

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School resources

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School resources

School resources, posters, videos and presentations (KS 2, 3 and 2) to bring the African drylands to your classroom and fundraise for TREE AID

 

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TREE AID's publications, including Annual Reports, Update Magazine and e-Newsletters