Good Gifts Catalogue —
Scenes from Makuyuni
Villagers from Makuyuni give a wave of ‘thanks’ as they rest from their work of land clearing and tree planting in the shade of a canopy of African indigenous trees. With the support of the Good Gifts Catalogue, they have planted over 25,000 trees.
Salum and his wife Amina transport by bicycle, mpingo seedlings funded by the Good Gifts Catalogue, to plant on a privately owned farm at Rundugai.
Mpingo, a legume, acts as a soil enricher, can be used for fencerows, and provides shade for agricultural crops.
Moonrise over Makuyuni: On the horizon can be seen the full moon ascending behind
Kilimanjaro. In the foreground are mpingo trees planted by Makuyuni villagers.
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