Initiated in September 2019, our agroforestry and reforestation project in Haiti has resulted in the planting of 250,000 trees of various species in the Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye region, thanks to the strong involvement of local communities.
In Portugal, the fight against fires and land desertification requires the introduction of a variety of tree species
Since 2018, we have been working in Portugal in different regions near the cities of Meda and Marvao, Abrantes, and Maçao, in order to restore areas damaged by fires
The figures are indisputable: deforestation continues to accelerate worldwide, particularly in Brazil, where 20% of the Amazonian forest has already been destroyed. For Stéphane Hallaire, President of Reforest'Action, companies have the extraordinary capacity, interest and historical responsibility to become the main financial backers of global reforestation. He expresses this in this opinion column published in Les Echos, France's leading business daily newspaper, on 5 August 2020.
Here is news of our large project to restore fire-damaged forests, which we have been supporting since 2017 in the province of Palencia and surrounding areas in northern Spain with our partner Sylva Nova.
In Peru, we renewed our partnership with the Urku Center, based in Tarapoto. Our goal by 2024 is to finance the planting of a minimum of 180,000 trees, which will be used for agroforestry among the region's traditional populations.
For the past 3 years, we have been supporting the rebuilding of the mangroves on the island of Sumatra, which has been particularly affected by deforestation. More than 220,000 mangroves have been planted since 2017. Find out all the news about our project!
Since 2019, Reforest'Action has partnered with the Haitian NGO Agrinotech to carry out an agroforestry and reforestation project in the region of Saint-Michel de l'Attalaye, in the north of the country. The young trees are currently in nurseries and will be planted during the summer.
In mid-February, a Reforest'Action team went to Tanzania to carry out an audit of our reforestation project. The objective of this mission? To exchange with our local partner Friends of Usambara, to monitor the trees already planted in the field, to record environmental, economic and social indicators, and to meet the local communities to continue to develop our project alongside them.
Since 2016, Reforest'Action has been involved alongside the Urku Centre, an Amazonian research institute located in Tarapoto. The project aims to plant trees of various species in agroforestry in the Amazon rainforest. Discover the news of the last few months about our project!
At the end of 2018, Reforest'Action initiated a cashew tree planting programme alongside the local association OJUCAH. More than a year after the launch of the project, all the trees have been planted on the site. A great success achieved thanks to your online planting!