Here’s your chance to take action for the betterment of the world. Agroforestry and urban gardening along with educational programs aim at creating sustainable development and food sources for people as well as job opportunities for youth and families. Every contribution sparks a glimpse of hope in the heart of a human being.
Trust TwoWings' 26 years of experience in development programs concerned with education and empowering local communities, across 12 countries worldwide.
Planting 1 Tree = € 30
€ 30 is the amount it costs to provide residents with education on agroforestry and train them how to plant regional trees, fertilize and nurture them until they can harvest fully grown trees.
Small donations in any amount make a big difference by directly covering the purchase of materials and other costs!Let’s Plant Hope Now
The main goal of "Planting Hope" project is not carbon offsetting, but to calculate that, if we consider the average lifespan of each tree as 10 years, this would mean that, over a 10-year period, one tree would approximately absorb 250 kg of CO2 and so 10 trees would absorb more than two tons of CO2. Expanding an agroforestry program in the region and planting trees helps recover nature, protects inhabitants, climate and biodiversity, provides food, wellbeing and materials.
Local residents get the chance to socialize, establish a common goal, consult, and explore together in this program which enhances community building and fastens community bonds.
Employability leads to economic growth and financial stability. People can sell more organic and nutritious products due to high quality in the local markets and have income growth.
Education is a key component for making progress in all aspects of life. People can start agroforestry or turn their balconies or yards into a garden after getting the proper knowledge and training.
Agroforestry and urban gardening are sustainable practices that offer promising possibilities toward improving food security and implementing different land-use methods adaptable to the changes of climatic conditions.
One vital need of local residents is having job and income opportunities toward expanding local economy, inclusive growth, and advancement.
Workshops and training groups
Purchase and transportation of saplings
Preparing the soil and planting
Fertilization and pest control
Irrigation and nurturing the plants
Harvesting the products
Solidarity group for collaboration