The rains have arrived in Ethiopia
July 2018: the planting can start in the north of Ethiopia. The nursery employees are preparing seedlings to be loaded to the truck and transplanted by the
19 July 2018Featured, Project NewsEthiopia Desa'a
(CLOSED) WeForest is hiring: part-time accountant
WeForest is fast growing international non-profit association with headquarters in Belgium and projects in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Tanzania, and Zambia: it is
10 July 2018Featured, Job vacancies
(CLOSED) WeForest is hiring: Chief Sponsoring & Communications Officer
WeForest is fast growing international non-profit association with headquarters in Belgium and reforestation projects in Brazil, Ethiopia, India, Tanzania, and
10 July 2018Featured, Job vacancies
Together, Let's #MoveTheDate of Overshoot Day !
We use more ecological resources and services than nature can regenerate through overfishing, overharvesting forests, and emitting more carbon dioxide
5 July 2018Featured, Environmental News
WeForest Joins AFR100 as Technical Partner
The African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) was started by the African Union to restore 100 million hectares of deforested and degraded
3 July 2018Featured, Science News
Building Forest-Water Monitoring Capacity
Building Forest-Water Monitoring Capacity for FLR in Ethiopia
WeForest, FAO and GIZ have just delivered a forest-water capacity building workshop in Mekelle, Ethiopia. The workshop ran from 18th - 24th June with the
2 July 2018Featured, Project News, Science NewsEthiopia Desa'a
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WeForest Makes a PACT
In April 2018 WeForest joined the “Pact for the Restoration of the Atlantic Forest” or PACT. PACT is a movement created in 2009, motivated by the critical
22 June 2018Science NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
Land has true value. Invest in it.
A third of all land on Earth is severely degraded making it difficult to produce food and collect clean water. How will we live when it’s all gone? The 
14 June 2018Featured, Science News
Why plant trees in tropical regions ?
People often ask us why WeForest only works in the tropics. Forests are known for removing the excess of CO2 from the atmosphere and cool our climate: 50
1 June 2018Featured, Environmental News
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How to better prevent Beetle Damage on Ethiopian Frankincense Woodlands
In a nutshell:  a species of wood-boring longhorn beetle is attacking Ethiopia’s frankincense woodlands. These woodlands are vital for Ethiopia's
25 May 2018Science PublicationsEthiopia Seret