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What does REGREENING actually mean?
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WeForest is REGREENING drylands in Ethiopia and Burkina Faso: what does this actually mean?  Here a nice definition by WRI:  "In a world grappling
26 May 2016
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Money for honey
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Meet Gebeyehu Chane. Gebeyehu is keen to engage in our project in Amhara to embrace more profitable and sustainable ways to make a living. He has 11
23 May 2016Project NewsEthiopia Amhara
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Teff: The fashionable grain
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In the traditional Ethiopian cafes scattered around cities worldwide you might come across Teff. Largely unknown but becoming increasingly popular, it is a
23 May 2016Project NewsEthiopia Amhara
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Annual Report 2015
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Read the WeForest 2015 annual report online
13 April 2016WeForest Publications, WeForest Annual Report
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Ecosia planted 4 million trees: A thank you message
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This post was originally published on Ecosia's blog.  Today we reached astonishing 4 Million planted trees: Thank you dear users and a huge tree-hug
1 April 2016Partner NewsEcosia
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WEFOREST & BRABANTIA PLANT 10 MILLIONTH TREE!
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This post was originally published on the Brabantia blog. We hope you have heard the good news! International non-profit organisation WeForest, dedicated
23 March 2016Project News, Partner NewsEthiopia AmharaBrabantia
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Life at the nursery
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WeForest’s tree planting efforts in Brazil serve to reconnect the biodiverse but highly fragmented Atlantic forest. After being trained to identify
22 March 2016Project NewsBrazil, wildlife corridors
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A great Global Giving campaign is starting !
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Making Earth Cooler now with our friends from the USA! Click here to be part of the adventure. Read our monthy newsletter.
18 March 2016
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WeForest dans la maison de Françoise
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Sustainable living blog talks about how Brabantia is now supporting WeForest's efforts to restore forests in Ethiopia. Click here to find out more.
10 March 2016WeForest in the Media
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WeForest is present on the networking platform De Warande
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Why WeForest? De Warande explain. Click here to find out more (in dutch). 
9 March 2016WeForest in the Media
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Lilengo 3 years later: How planting trees helped an entire town
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This post was originally published on Ecosia's blog.  The word “Lilengo” actually means “barren soil” in local languages in Burkina Faso. A name that
8 March 2016Partner NewsEcosia
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Ecological Rainfall Infrastructure: Investment in Trees for Sustainable Development.
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In many parts of the world local people are convinced that forests, trees and rainfall are related in more than one way: forests and trees not only depend on
15 January 2016Science Publications, WeForest Publications