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C​ommitted to doing well and doing good? 
​Expertise to ​assist companies ​in ​grow​ing​ their outreach, reputation and even top-line, while at the same time changing the world is hard to find, yet WeForest is demonstrating that it is possible with trees.

Our partners find tangible value in our programs because we directly address critical global issues like water and soil conservation, biodiversity preservation, and climate stabilization by cooling the earth. ​Added to this, our programs involving the planting of large quantities of trees and the protection of existing forests directly benefit local communities -especially women- by providing them with the essentials of life. Namely food, water and income. All of it. Sustainably.

​The association with afforestation increases the affinity for brands among the growing number of consumers who prefer brands that contribute to the wellbeing of the planet, over brands that don’t.

Our partners participate in this global restoration movement by pledging to plant a number of trees for every product or service sold. This helps mitigate, and even compensate their environmental footprint.

Our team of experts can help you achieve any, or all, of the following:

  • Make your products more ​visibly ​responsible​ to your customers​
  • ​Enhance your corporate vision for doing good
  • Generate impactful​ and inspiring​ marketing stories
  • Engage your workforce ​and your customers in a sustainable journey
  • Meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDG’s)  
  • Become environmentally​ net-positive

Simply put, our partners find that trees make a good company. Literally. 

Corporate Sponsors

Make forest landscape restoration part of their business strategies to engage their stakeholders.

 

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Corporate Donors

Make unconditional philanthropic contributions to WeForest. This generous support is not subject to VAT and cannot be used for public marketing campaigns.

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Other partners

Provide institutional, logistic and financial support. Collaborate with WeForest on project and research activities.
 

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Corporate sponsors

These partners work with WeForest to embed trees in their business and engage their stakeholders. Click on their logos below to see how they leverage the planting of trees for their business and Making Earth Cooler for Climate, People and Planet!

Corporate donors

These partners have made unconditional philanthropic contributions to WeForest which are not subject to VAT and cannot be used for public marketing campaigns. Please visit their corporate website to learn more about their impact on forests.

Partners

GIZ
German Development Agency (GIZ) is one of the world's largest development agencies. It seeks to deliver flexible and effective solutions that offer people better prospects and sustainably improve their living conditions.
Belgian Development Cooperation
Belgian Development Cooperation is the official development assistance agency managing the overseas aid of Belgium. Its main objective is to eliminate extreme poverty and create opportunities for all, contributing to sustainable development and a fair world.
Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland is responsible for preparing and implementing the government's foreign policy, including international development policy.
BOS+
BOS+ is a Flemish non-profit organization dedicated to forest conservation, sustainable forest management, reforestation, afforestation and forest restoration, both in Flanders, Belgium, and worldwide.
FFD
Finnish Agri-agency for Food and Forest Development (FFD) supports agricultural and forestry producers in developing countries, especially in tackling problems of food security and ensuring future food production in a sustainable manner.
Musika
Musika is an independent Zambian non-profit company supported by the Embassy of Sweden and the UK Government in Zambia to stimulate and support private sector investment in the smallholder and rural markets.
Institute for Ecological Research (IPÊ)
IPÊ undertakes an integrated action model, developed through years of experience, that combines research, environmental education, habitat restoration, community involvement with sustainable development, landscape conservation and policy-making.
Home Energy
Home Energy Ltd. offers efficient cooking stoves and cleanburning fuel for household consumption, which reduce negative impact on the environment and exposure of cooking stove users to dangerous smoke.
Bee Sweet
Bee Sweet Ltd. introduced a model of sustainable honey production in Zambia by using 'hybrid' bee hives which are hung in trees, enabling farmers to earn additional income and generate high quality honey.
Rainlands Timber
Rainlands Timber Ltd. is a wholly-owned Zambian company. Its activities synergistically combine timber harvesting, sawmilling, kiln drying, nursery propagation, compost production, sustainable agriculture training, waste utilisation, alternative energy and the production of value added commodities to ensure sustainable and optimal use of natural resources.
The Hunger Project
The Hunger Project a global non-profit organisation committed to the sustainable end of world hunger. It has been active in Ethiopia since 2004 in increasing food security and environmental sustainability, providing access to health services, education and drinking water and managing a micro-finance program.
Synjuk
Full name: Ka Synjuk Ki Hima Arliang Wah Umiam Mawphlang Welfare Society (KSKHAWUMWS). The Synjuk is the main and implementing partner of WeForest in Meghalaya and works on forest conservation, restoration and livelihood development in the Khasi Hills. It was registered as a society in 2011 and is based in Mawphlang village.
Global Resource Alliance
GRA – Tz is a registered international NGO in Musoma, Tanzania. They offer simple, natural and affordable solutions to the challenges of poverty, hunger and disease faced by communities in the Mara Region of Tanzania. They have a Permaculture training center in Kinesi Village.
Tigray Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development
Tigray Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development demonstrates and disseminates agricultural technology with the aim of improving production and productivity of agricultural and natural resources, ensuring rehabilitation of degraded environment, developing natural resources and promoting well-being of farmers in Tigray.
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change of Ethiopia
The Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change of Ethipian is responsible for ensuring environmental rights and objectives, devising environmental policy and coordinating its implementation.
Pastoral Agriculture and Rural Development Bureau
Pastoral Agriculture and Rural Development Bureau focuses on improving the livelihood and resilience of pastoral communities in the Afar region.
Amhara National Regional State Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development
Amhara National Regional State Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development promotes use of modern agricultural inputs and technologies to encourage sustainable development in the rural and farming areas of the Amhara region.
BOS +
BOS+ is a Flemish non-profit organization dedicated to forest conservation, sustainable forest management, reforestation, afforestation and forest restoration, both in Flanders, Belgium, and worldwide.
Ethiopian Environment and Forest Research Institute Mekelle Center
Ethiopian Environment and Forest Research Institute Mekelle Center is one of the seven newly established centres of the Ethiopian Environment and Forest Research Institute. The centre focuses on adapting, generating, improving and disseminating technologies in the areas of environment and forest.
Laboratório de Silvicultura e Pesquisas Florestais (LASPEF)
LASPEF, a research group based at the Federal University of São Carlos, addresses various aspects of tropical silviculture and ecology, management and restoration of forest ecosystems.
Laboratório de Silvicultura Tropical (LASTROP)
LASTROP integrates the Department of Forestry Sciences of the School of Agriculture "Luiz de Queiroz" of the University of São Paulo. It constitutes one of the largest experimental silviculture networks in Latin America, developing knowledge and technology to manage and restore native forests in an economically viable way, paying attention to social inclusion and respecting the ecological singularities of each ecosystem.
People and Reforestation in the Tropics: a Network for Education, Research and Synthesis (PARTNERS)
PARTNERS is an interdisciplinary research coordination network that brings natural and social scientists together to address the complexity of socio-ecological processes that shape tropical reforestation.
Escola de Artes, Ciências e Humanidades (EACH)
EACH is part of the University of São Paulo. Its research activities involve areas of sciences, humanities and arts.
KU Leuven
University of Leuven (KU Leuven) is a Belgian university with several research projects in Ethiopia and expertise in researching forest, water, soil and socio-economic issues.
Mekelle University
Mekelle University is a public Ethiopian university and one of the pioneer research institutions on dryland agriculture and natural resources management in the country.
1% For the Planet
1% For the Planet is a non-profit organisation bringing dollars and do'ers together to address the most pressing issues facing our planet.
Leuven 2030
Leuven 2030 is an initiative of the city of Leuven encouraging citizens, schools, private and public organisations to take action and become climate neutral.
Plant-for-the-Planet
Plant-for-the-Planet is a global movement committed to planting 1 000 milliard trees around the world and educating children about climate justice.
Water Footprint Network
Water Footprint Network is a network of over 200 partners committed to using science-based, practical solutions and strategic insights to transform the way we use and manage our water resources.
Futureproofed
Futureproofed is a consultancy advising organisations and companies on energy efficiency and CO2 emissions reduction. It has worked on projects for Nike, European Parliament, Bayer and Colruyt.
COP21 Label
COP21 Label is the official label of the UN Climate Change Conference awarded by the French Minister for Environment and Secretary General for COP21.
Plan Vivo Foundation
The Plan Vivo Foundation certifies project activities that enhance ecosystem services and allow communities to formally recognise and quantify carbon sequestration, biodiversity or watershed protection.
Bonn Challenge
The Bonn Challenge is a global effort to bring 150 million hectares of the world’s deforested and degraded land into restoration by 2020, and 350 million hectares by 2030.
Tropical Forest Alliance 2020
TFA 2020 is a global public-private partnership taking action to reduce the tropical deforestation associated with the sourcing of commodities such as palm oil, soy, beef, and paper and pulp.

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