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Argentina

Argentina spans 3,700 km from north to south and 1,400 km from east to west. At the centre of the country are the vast lowland plains of the Pampas, surrounded by the subtropical Gran Chaco region to the north, the Patagonian plateau to the south and the majestic peaks of the Andes to the west. This great diversity of habitats is reflected in the rich variety of wildlife, ranging from the caiman (or yacaré) to the famous Andean condor. Treedom's adventure in Argentina took place in the forests of the Gran Chaco. The natural resources of this region have been severely damaged by deforestation and Treedom has contributed to their recovery by planting beneficial trees for the local population, such as the algarrobo (or carob) tree.

6,230

planted trees

366

farmers involved
Argentina
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Burkina Faso

Located in the heart of West Africa, Burkina Faso is a landlocked country, but one that possesses a rich inland water network of lakes and rivers. A vast plateau runs through the centre of the country, flanked by desert to the north and otherwise largely covered by forest. The country's fauna is dominated by herbivores, including elephants, giraffes, hippos, antelopes and buffalo, but carnivores, such as lions, can also be found. Its citizens are known as Burkinabé. Treedom carried out a 300-tree pilot project in Burkina Faso in collaboration with the NGO Children in the Desert, with initiatives to tackle desertification and improve food self-sufficiency, which was completed in 2016.

349

planted trees

21

farmers involved
Burkina Faso
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Senegal

A West African country overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, Senegal is largely flat, with occasional volcanic hills. The climate is hot and tropical, with two seasons: a dry one and a rainy one. Among the animals that inhabit it, in addition to lions, leopards and antelopes, it is worth mentioning the African manatee, which can be found in some of Senegal's major rivers. Since 2011, Treedom has been working in the Casamance River Delta region, where the farmers involved have been planting fruit and forest trees. This project has improved the economic and social conditions of the rural population, by generating income and planting new trees in deforested areas.

42,115

planted trees

2,477

farmers involved
Senegal