Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq

by Bothoor ALkhaer organization for Relief and Development
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Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq
Plant 40,000 Trees In iraq

Summary

Through this project, Bothoor Alkhaer for Development and Relief (BAORD) will plant and maintain 40,000 trees in North Diyala region, enabling environmental protection as well as economic support for the local Iraqi community in 5 rural sectors in Baquba, Muqdadiya and Khalis. Your donation will go to BAORD to plant and maintain 40,000 trees

$66,000
total goal
$65,370
remaining
6
donors
0
monthly donors
4
months

Challenge

Rural Iraq faces challenges due to drought, erosion and desertification. In Iraq, in addition to the weakness of the structural processing capacity in reducing the entrepreneurial capital and thwarting human development. This initiative enables children to experience at an early age they can make a difference. Inspired by Mary, whose short life in her fight against cancer and his love for the outdoors now empower many children to become passionate adults who are responsible for the environment.

Solution

The project will plant trees with young children in 5 villages and rural districts. Several types of trees suitable for the tropical climate will be planted. Community leaders and school heads will be made aware of the benefits of planting trees and the environment. By providing environmental skills and knowledge to rural school children, children will be empowered to protect their local environment. The community will benefit from generating income from the fruit.

Long-Term Impact

Because of the awareness this project has generated, children and the community will learn to care for trees, not cut them down. Knowledge of tree planting and protection will be passed on to future generations. If this project is successful, we will identify additional sectors in which trees can be planted, and spread our good work.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

Organization Information

Bothoor ALkhaer organization for Relief and Development

Location: Baquba, Diyalal - Iraq
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @BothoorO
Project Leader:
Dr. Majid Khalil
Baquba, Diyalal Iraq
$630 raised of $66,000 goal
 
22 donations
$65,370 to go
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