As an organization dedicated to helping children, Child Africa focuses on fighting corruption and alleviating the effects of poverty on African children of all ages. Child Africa's tireless efforts to help children have not gone unnoticed.
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 CEO, Rino Solberg, presented some solutions at TEDx on how we can eradicate poverty in Africa and how we have already helped thousands of people with the help of education, microfinance and tree planting.
Governmental rehabilitation of ecosystems needs to be done with care. Displacement of indigenous people may solve a temporary problem to protect the nature, but these people still need proper education in how they can live and survive.
Rino Solberg, CEO of Better Globe Forestry, had his biggest failure in his Success magazine. From going down, he climbed up and came up with one of this times best ideas and solutions for eradicating poverty and corruption in Africa.
The process of planting mukau (Melia Volkensii) trees is quite interesting. There are a lot of steps and each step is crucial for a tree to grow and survive. Here is all you need to know about how your trees are brought to life.
We are now only about 115,000 trees away from reaching our first milestone of one million trees planted. We have sped up the planting process and will continue to do so next year when our in-vitro facitilities are ready.
The rainy season is always the best time of the year to plant our tree seedlings. We have customized our trucks to carry as many tree seedlings as possible, which we distribute around to our contract farmers. Few obstacles can occur.
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.
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.
In this interview, former Director General of the World Agroforestry Center talks to us about the role of trees in farming systems, and how to improve the lives and livelihoods of individuals in the drylands of Africa.
The process of harvesting Mukau fruits to get seeds to plant new Mukau trees is cumbersome. Almost all of Better Globe Forestry's workers at Kiambere site are female and do a remarkable job to extract the Mukau seeds.
We attended the annual general meeting for our funded financial service association (FSA), which is a microfinance bank. Better Globe Forestry was praised extensively for its efforts in helping the community to better their lives.
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