|Title:||Ethiopia - Indigenous Tree Species Restoration, Climate Change Adaptation and Indigenous Livelihood Enhancement Project November 2018|
Ethiopia, December 2018, Chencha, Ezo, Woro Kebele
Chencha- Guggie Indigenous Tree Species Restoration, Local Climate Change Adaptation and Indigenous Livelihood Enhancement Project
Year: 2011- 2013
Lamote Lasha (22) is working on the barley harvested to prepare it for thrashing.
The main benefits of the trees she’s planted (Anka and Borto) has been shade and fertilizing the soil on her farm. Borto is especially good in water retention hence maintaining moisture in the soil for a little longer.
photo: IFAD/Petterik Wiggers
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