Located in the Bushenyi, Hoima and Masindi Districts of Uganda, Trees for Global Benefits was established by ECOTRUST, a Ugandan non-profit organisation specialising in financing conservation projects that link landholders to the voluntary carbon market. This initiative has engaged over 500 farmers in sustainable carbon sequestration activities, helping them increase their livelihoods as well as providing significant benefits to local ecosystems. The project will sequester over 50,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide over 20 years.

The 138 farm plots covering 637 acres are planted with native trees, ...


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