Forest regeneration

We are regenerating coral thicket and are creating productive agricultural systems with it

Experience from our work for Chumbe Island, Ungujaa and Misali Island, Pemba on how an ecosystem can recover put into practice. The natural forest has become a local biodiversity hub.

These satellite photos of our site in Matemwe (2020 and 2007) document the evolution from degraded coral rag into a natural forest and living ecosystem within thirteen years.

Satellite photos of our site 2020 and 2007 (please click on the photo)


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