Dryland farmers represent around one third of the global population. Poverty often forces them to fell trees for firewood, degrading land and creating cycles of deforestation that cause regions like the Sahara to expand at alarming rates.
By teaching people how to plant eucalyptus trees and other crops, Komaza aims to increase farmer incomes without threatening the land.
Goals and objectives
Komaza has so far reached over 2,000 families and support from The Arthur Guinness Fund™ will increase this reach further, potentially into new territories.