Restoration of degraded areas

The objective of our actions to restore degraded areas is to reduce or even stop the deforestation and degradation of primary forests and loss of biodiversity, reduced soil fertility, declining water level and

To create forest corridors linking the various fragmented forests and thus allow these species genetic mixing sufficient to ensure their long-term survival, we are working to replant native species.

To enable local people to always have timber kitchen and avoiding overexploitation of primary forests, we also replant species adapted to the outskirts of villages.

Plateau de Behetaheta

The tray Behetaheta once covered a vast dry forest, savannah today with only a few remnants of forest.