Tree Aid stands together with people living in the drylands of Africa, growing trees, improving people’s incomes, and restoring and protecting land to tackle poverty and the effects of the climate crisis.

In the Sahel region of Africa where they work, people live with the effects of the climate crisis every day. Led by local people, their projects make sure trees thrive so they can provide nutritious food and incomes today, and look after the environment for tomorrow.

Did you know...

… that trees can often survive drought even when other crops fail?

One of the trees that Tree Aid grow is the moringa tree. It is drought resistant and can grow in the hot and dry countries that they work in. The leaves of the moringa tree are incredibly nutritious, containing more vitamin C than oranges, more calcium than milk and more iron than spinach! This is just one of the many trees Tree Aid grow that can help to realise their vision for thriving, sustainable communities across the Sahel.

What makes Tree Aid different

Every year, the charity grows millions of trees and protects huge areas of land. They don’t just plant trees and walk away. They make sure local people have the training and tools they need to make each tree thrive.

Other ways to support

There are all sorts of ways you can give your support to Tree Aid, and help people across the Sahel region to transform their lives through the power of trees. Visit  our website to find out more.


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