Community-based social forestry in the villages

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Community-based social forestry aims to plant more trees in 50 villages of the Kancheepuram district in Tamil Nadu. This project will create volunteers where the project is being implemented. The NGO, Action For Human Movement (AHM) will give proper training to volunteers to create environmental awareness. Once the basic training is over, they will be… Continue reading Community-based social forestry in the villages

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Community-based social forestry aims to plant more trees in 50 villages of the Kancheepuram district in Tamil Nadu. This project will create volunteers where the project is being implemented. The NGO, Action For Human Movement (AHM) will give proper training to volunteers to create environmental awareness.

Once the basic training is over, they will be trained in raising the nursery. Once the training is over, AHM and its volunteers in the Community will plant trees, fruits, and kitchen garden in villagers backyard, villages commonplace, and Anganwadi.

 

Social

 

  • Interconnecting 50 villages by community building.
  • End hunger in those villages.
  • Create a highly desirable, self-sustainable model.
  • Even women can work on tree-planting sites, escaping their ‘traditional’ roles and helping to create gender equality locally.

 

Environment

 

  • Reduce Co2 emission of 50 villages. 
  • Recreate vital habitats for many endangered species.
  • Trees naturally filter through the soil, bringing minerals to the top so that farmers can grow the best crops.
  • Preventing water pollution.

 

Other Benefits

 

  • Employment and entrepreneurship opportunities.
  •  A diverse biosystem results in healthier and versatile agriculture opportunities. 
  • Habitat for native species.
  • Rain and wind are two primary erosion forces that damage the bare soil.
  • Trees break droplets of rain and weaken their strength, while roots hold the soil together and protect it from the effects of wind.
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