Trees don’t just grow in the UK, and we have a global reach to reflect this.
In 2006, the Mayor of Addis Ababa in Ethiopia was inspired by our tree-planting efforts in London, and invited us to establish a Community Fruit Tree Planting project in his city. Since then we’ve planted over 200,000 trees in 16 cities in 13 countries – from Ica in Peru to Nairobi in Kenya and Pokhara in Nepal.
We work with local organisations and community groups to focus our tree planting projects on delivering long-term, practical solutions to green polluted city environments and provide local people with the skills and ability to secure sustainable livelihoods.
Trees planted in Africa last year
Check out some of our projects
Seeding skills and growing trees
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Read about our with in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, run in partnership with Birhan Integrated Community Development Organization.
Greener Spaces for Schools in Dar es Salaam
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Read about the Urban Tree Planting project we launched in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in partnership with Tanzania Youth Environmental Network (TAYEN)
seeds that will flower for generations
Read about our work in Lima, Peru, where we've worked with a school to establish a tree nursery.
350 school kids in Nairobi adopt "pet" trees
Learn about our My Pet Tree project, run in partnertship with the Centre for Development (CFD).