As work develops, new mechanization is necessary for efficient operations. Better Globe Forestry received new tractors to help with labor in certain areas, such as land clearing and transport of seedlings.
Better Globe Forestry recently visited authorities and farmers in Eastern Mwingi to follow up and explain their work in the area. This is part of upholding good public relations with stakeholders at all levels.
Our agroforestry agent Allan Awita visited contract farmer Peter Kivule as a follow-up to see that the mukau trees were growing properly on his farm. Allan also gathered other upcoming contract farmers to train them how to plant mukau seedlings.
On October 25, our bulldozer operators took a course on how to maintain our bulldozer. The instructor demonstrated different techniques on how to maintain the engine and different parts, and the interval between services.
Here on Better Globe Media's website you will find image galleries, videos and news from Better Globe Forestry's work since 2006. View and experience what Better Globe is working with in Africa to make the environment greener, help children receive education by donating money to schools, make water available to people and help people in rural areas earn income by working at their plantations. With Better Globe’s involvement in the microfinance and outgrower projects, they are ready to abate poverty and to make Africa reach its potential as a continent of unlimited possibilities.
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