The first stage of land regeneration started in Sangha and Yoko North.

The Yoko village community has begun implementing an ecological and landscape restoration project.These projects have been carefully planned since the beginning of the year. Today they are the sign of an ongoing effort.


We received more than 5000 plants which we had to discharge from the truck and organize by each species.


Click on the picture to see the article.

Natural regeneration consists of integrating trees and crops to conserve and protect the vegetation cover, preventing erosion, and providing moisture in the cultivated areas. It is an alternative for those dry hillside areas and a way to rescue trees lost by fire or cutting.
In addition to helping to supply drinking water, prevent desertification and provide resilience to floods and drought, soil mitigates climate change through carbon sequestration and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.