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Better Globe customers visiting Better Globe Forestry's plantations in Kenya

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Our arranged trips to Africa are popular for our customers. The program is at times hectic, since we cover most of our work related to tree plantations, contract farmers, schools, our microfinance bank, and show how we make positive changes among struggling natives and impoverished children.

We also dedicate time on our trips for enjoying the wild life of Kenya, such as the serenity of canoeing at Lake Bunyonyi in Uganda. Tsavo Park in Kenya is surrounded by elephants, giraffes, zebras and other wild animals, which makes it extremely difficult to leave.

To showcase the true purpose of our trips, we have interviewed two of our visitors from 2015 and asked them to share their experiences.

It is really powerful to see the huge difference it is possible to make with relatively small amounts of money. I am impressed with the work Better Globe does and the ability to make something out of nothing when it comes to creating forests in areas on the verge of desertification.

Johan Pettersson Johan Pettersson
General Manager, Jopiter AB

If we can help women to help themselves, it effects more people—it helps whole families and many children. With our schools, I enjoy thinking of how we work with kids there. What I could see was how we build self-confidence and integrity in the kids, which is a main goal of Child Africa.

Tina Bjerke Tina Bjerke
entrepreneur and social worker, Stockholm
Child Africa sponsor children

SPONSORING FOUR CHILDREN SINCE 2005

As part of our vision to eradicate poverty in Africa, we donate money to the charity organization Child Africa, so they can refurnish and build schools for impoverished children. Many of our customers choose to sponsor children as well.

Child Africa issues a publication called Bingwa, which means "champion" in Swahili. To celebrate their 25 years of operation, Child Africa has published a special anniversary edition of Bingwa to showcase how they make a difference in the lives of the children in Africa.

We would like to share this Bingwa editon with you, where you also can read about our director's four sponsor children.

View the Interview View the Complete Bingwa Edition

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