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PROJECTS

18 COUNTRIES, 4 CONTINENTS, 1 CAUSE

  • 18 COUNTRIES: Brazil, Cameroon, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Madagascar, Mexico, Myanmar, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, Tanzania
  • 4 CONTINENTS: Africa, Asia, North America, South America
  • 1 CAUSE: reforestation

NOT ONLY REFORESTATION

The primary focus of the 18 projects is reforestationo; however, they have several direct impacts, such as:

Save this little one's habitat, Indonesia - Orangutan Information Centre (OIC)

Protect nature in areas of war and unrest, Jordan - Arab Group for the Protection of Nature

Help keep the voluntary self-isolation of the Huaorani indigenous tribe, Ecuador - Asociación de Mujeres Waorani

Grow crab farms, Philippines - Trowel Development Foundation

Improve the living conditions of villagers, Cameroon - Agripo

Build a forest for the Monarch butterflies, Mexico - Forests for Monarchs

Restore the root of the Amazon, Columbia - Green Hope Foundation

Provide a retirement home for elephants, Myanmar - Green Hill Valley

SELECTION CRITERIA

The WSC has diligently canvased prospective cases where funds are desperately needed. The locations we have chosen needed our help to continue the initiatives that are in placce or to build new initiatives where reforestation has depleted much needed habitats.

The final 18 projects:

  • have successfully done reforestation projects that are empowering and benefiting their geological locations.
  • are proactive in growing their initiatives.
  • have solid leadeship with much commitment and problem solving capability.
  • have members who are doers and change-makers and turn dreams into reality.
  • are interested in scaling up and benefiting more communities.
  • share their knowledge as an educational tool for trainers who will work with every member of the community including the children.
  • have strong transparency in managing financial support.
  • count with long-term views, maintenance and repair.

WHAT WILL THE MONEY BE SPENT ON?

1,000,000 TREES

  • Over a million seedlings per year will be planted
  • Mostly autochthonous trees, that belong to the unique flora and fauna of the specific location, will be planted. In other locations, the money goes to mangrove forests and in others to fruit tree farms
  • The project will fund equipment, seeds, training, and monitoring to set up seen adn plant nurseries in many villages.
  • Orgainic tree nurseries and forestry centers near degraded forest areas will be set up, to support existing nurseries, and provide reforestation training for communities.
  • Each school that participates in WSC can decide who receives its donations.
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