(CLOSED) WeForest is hiring: WeForest Ethiopia - Project Manager, Desa’a forest, Tigray
WeForest is looking for an experienced project manager to develop, implement and monitor forest restoration and livelihood projects in Desa’a. Read the job
1 April 2019Featured, Project News, Job vacanciesEthiopia Desa'a
ETH_Desaa_Decision analysis
How does WeForest evaluate the potential of a reforestation project?
"You can say that an activity will provide income, but it’s more meaningful to try to understand how much income will be generated in a given period for how
28 March 2019Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
Who will be the one?
This International Day of Forests, We are all wondering, Who will be the one, To plant our 20 millionth tree?
20 March 2019Featured
Tanzania video school
Supporting schools and communities with reforestation
Why is it important to plant a tree ? Amos Lucas is telling us why trees are so important for his school in Kinesi, Tanzania, and how he and his community
19 March 2019Project News, VideoTanzania
Celebrating Women
In celebration of International Women´s Day, we would like to share the stories of the real change-makers in the field: the women across our project
8 March 2019Featured
Restoring forests to preserve valuable cultural practices
I once witnessed an encounter between a spiritual leader from the coast of Tanzania and a spiritual leader from an indigenous community in the Peruvian
7 March 2019Project NewsIndia Khasi Hills
The hidden treasure - Soils, forests and climate change: connection and opportunity
To answer these questions, we need to start with the central theme, carbon. Carbon is a natural component of soils, with different soils around the
6 March 2019Featured
Zambia job vacancy
(CLOSED) Weforest is hiring: Project Manager, Katanino Forest Reserve, Zambia
WeForest is a fast-growing international non-profit association with headquarters in Belgium and legal entities in France, USA, Ethiopia and Zambia. Our aim
14 February 2019Job vacancies
The Brazilian Forest Code
A progressive forest law The Brazilian Forest Code, first introduced in 1934 (with changes in 1965 and 2012) aims to protect rivers, soils and forests in
12 February 2019FeaturedWildlife Corridors, Brazil