By Arjen van Beek - 4 Jan 2021
Last December, as part of our annual charity project, we planted 200 Moringa trees in Kenya in partnership with Treedom. It’s time for a short update.
Why was this campaign important? Treedom supports farmers in poor countries with small-scale forestry projects. ABF asked Treedom to plant a Moringa forest. Recently the first trees were transferred from a nursery to the fields of local farmers. These farmers will continue to take care of the trees, which will provide them with a stable source of income, a healthier living environment and a better future. In addition, over a ten-year period, all the trees together will absorb about 40.000 kg of CO. The ABF forest is a donation that will continue to benefit everyone.
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