- At least 100 million hectares of degraded land under go restoration by 2030.
In a bid to restore degraded land in Africa, the Global Ever Greening Alliance, and Climate Asset Management have resolved to engage farming communities across Africa to restore millions of degraded land.
This will directly improve the lives of over 9 million people by scaling up the adoption of appropriate Agroforestry practices across the East and Southern African regions.
The project will significantly contribute to restoring 1.9 million hectares of land and directly support the livelihoods of 1.5 million small-holder farming families.
The interventions are aimed at bringing at least 100 million hectares of degraded land under restoration by 2030.
According to Chris Armitage, CEO, of Global Ever Greening Alliance the program will In the next five years have improved the livelihoods of 250,000 households in Africa.
The African Land Restoration Forum follows the launch of Restore Africa, one of the largest farmer-led nature-based carbon programs in the world.