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Nous travaillons ensemble pour atteindre plus

We work together to achieve more

The first phase of AFR100 mobilized widespread political leadership, catalyzed pilot implementation projects, and began to track progress. Building on this success, AFR100's partners work together to restore land by building strong and inclusive partnerships, delivering finance, and providing technical support for local restoration champions. The strength of AFR100 relies on this diverse talent. This section highlights how members of this network are coming together to scale up forest and landscape restoration across the continent.


WWF's Forest Landscape Restoration in Africa


The UN has declared 2021-2030 the Decade on Ecosystem Restoration. In Africa, 34 countries have so far pledged to bring 129.5 million hectares under restoration by 2030 as part of AFR100. Now is the time to speed up action on these commitments and scale up implementation.


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Restore Local

Accelerating locally led land restoration across Africa’s vital landscapes


There are thousands of community-led organizations that are restoring land across the continent, making the soil more productive while helping to galvanize local economies, boost biodiversity, adapt to the impacts of climate change, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


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Global EverGreening Alliance

The Global EverGreening Alliance is an international NGO which coordinates the development and implementation of massive-scale environmental restoration and sustainable agricultural intensification projects in developing countries around the world.


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TerraFund for AFR100

TerraFund for AFR100

Financing Africa’s Top Land Restoration Enterprises and Projects. This is the first concrete investment in the second phase of AFR100, with the goal of restoring 20 million hectares by 2026, to bring an estimated $135 billion in benefits to 40 million people.
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