Together We're Planting Trees

Friend of oya  @dianamwabala  Miriam wears the Organic Plant Dyed Body in Pecan-  shop here

Friend of oya @dianamwabala Miriam wears the Organic Plant Dyed Body in Pecan- shop here

We don’t inherit the land from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children

Trees are the lungs of our planet and the heart of our home. Without them we simply wouldn’t survive.

In my efforts to to contribute positively to the environment, I‘m working with Eden Reforestation Project to help combat deforestation. We are currently working towards my business partnership status, whereby I’ll be regularly donating a percentage of my profits towards the project. Every oya goods purchase you make, helps plant trees across the world.

The Eden Reforestation Project is an international nonprofit organisation that is committed to alleviating extreme poverty and restoring healthy forests in Madagascar, Haiti, Nepal, Indonesia, Mozambique and Kenya. With your support, we are able to donate a percentage of profits to the charity to support their work. With our help, The Eden Reforestation Project are able to improve the quality of life for impoverished communities by providing a sustainable income and food sources. The locals are taught the importance of the forests, by planting native trees which creates a positive domino effect.

  • Animal habitats are restored

  • Local rainfall patterns are restored

  • Water purity improves due to the water tables rising

  • Soil quality improves as soil erosion and flooding stop

  • Crop yield increases

  • Local economies grow due to stabilised farming

  • Extreme poverty decreases

  • The risk of slavery decreases

The Eden Reforestation Project has planted more than 200 million trees in Madagascar alone. With your help and support, together we can create a positive impact. Once my partnership is fully up and running I will be regularly updating you by announcing figures of how many trees we’ve planted and the impact that your support is having on the communities.

To find out more about the programme head to their website here.

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