21 917 615Trees planted

The regenerated mangrove of Sumatra

On the Indonesian island of Sumatra, mangroves are a source of life, natural resources and economic activity for local communities. Threatened by industrial palm oil production, intensive aquaculture and charcoal exports, this forest ecosystem between land and sea is disappearing. To restore the mangrove in North Sumatra and allow it to once again realise its wide range of environmental and socio-economic benefits, Reforest'Action is funding two regenerative projects that will have helped to reconstitute nearly 900 hectares of mangrove since 2017 and by 2024. Discover the report of our mission in the field, meeting our project leaders and the people who contribute to them on a daily basis.

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Sumatra - Indonesia - regenerative project - mangrove

Heavy rain causes severe flooding on Sumatra island

Since December 31st, the north of the island of Sumatra (Indonesia) is struggling with torrential rains. Unfortunately, the areas of the two projects supported by Reforest'Action have not been spared.

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Indonesia - Sumatra - rain - flooding - mangroves