A local community leader walks by acacia trees at a landscape restoration site near the village of Loga, Dosso region, Niger, during a field visit by AFR100 partners on September 28, 2017. Photo by Rodrigo Ordonez/GLF.

AFR100: Gateway to sustainable livelihoods and poverty eradication in Africa

Stakeholders of the African Forest Landscape Restoration Initiative (AFR100) called for more African countries to join the initiative citing it as the best solution to tackle the continent´s challenges like hunger and the effects of climate change.



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