Reforestation Project In Kahangi Village

We encouraged local communities to promote conservation and do their bit to fight against climate change by planting indigenous and exotic fruit trees in their communities and forests. We distributed more than 25,000 tree seedlings of different species, both indigenous and exotic, including fruit trees such as avocados, guavas, and mangoes. These trees will increase forest cover in around the village and provide alternative sources of food, fire fuel, and medicines. They also decrease villagers’ reliance on the natural resources within the national park thereby increasing the conservation value of the park and reducing human-wildlife conflicts.