Distributing barley Ploughing the land in readiness for the cereals Forest management training Mateshi vegetation

WeForest

Org #31067
Vetted since 2015 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit Site Visit Verified
2010
year founded
$325,664
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
7
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

WeForest's mission is to demonstrate and advocate that through the growing of millions of trees, well planned reforestation can be the solution to today's biggest challenge: global warming. The organization is promoting scientific research on forests a well as climate. WeForest is continuously developing the Make Earth Cooler movement and engaging the greatest brands and their millions of customers to act for climate.

Project Leaders
Marie-Noelle Keijzer
Marie-Noelle Keijzer
Louise Tideman
Louise Tideman
Alice Pirson
Alice Pirson
Gaetan Magrin
Gaetan Magrin
Aurelie Dupont
Aurelie Dupont
Team
Marie-Noelle Keijzer, Jessica Chalmers, Anna Roesinger, Pascaline Haedrich, Louise Tideman, Vienna Leigh, Alice Pirson
Organization Information
Rue des Colonies 56
Brussels, Brussels 1000
Belgium
+32489081424
Organization Information
Rue des Colonies 56
Brussels, Brussels 1000
Belgium
+32489081424

Project Reports

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Jun 22, 2021
The cereals are here, and distribution has started
April 26-30: Taskforces were established for seed procurement and delivery at the regional, district and village levels. May 17-20: Seed quality, diversity and packaging were reviewed by experts. May...
Jun 22, 2021
What's been happening in Katanino Forest Reserve?
The unique 'mateshi' vegetation of the miombo woodland While most of the Katanino Forest Reserve is made up of miombo woodland, mateshi is dry evergreen vegetation that covers about 358 ha (8%) of it....
May 26, 2021
Some updates for Atlantic Forest Day 2021
The animals of Tietê The hidden cameras placed by AES Brasil at our new Tietê Forests project site have been capturing some amazing sights, including this adorable family of capybaras, the...
 
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