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Collaborative Partnerships

Collaborative Partnerships

At Trees for the Future, we know that we cannot achieve our goals alone. Collaboration is a key component of our Strategic Growth Plan and it’s through our collaborative partnerships that we are able to reach more people and have a greater impact on both people and our environment. We have offices in Kenya, Senegal, Tanzania, and Uganda, but you’ll see that our Collaborative Partnerships allow us to share our approach and expertise in other countries as well. If you’re interested in exploring a Collaborative Partnership with Trees for the Future, please fill out this form.

Central African Republic

We are implementing our Forest Garden Approach in Central African Republic through the International Rescue Committee (IRC). IRC staff are sharing our approach with more than 250 farmers across three villages.


Our collaborative partner Futures Agribusiness (FAGRIB) is introducing our Forest Garden Approach to Cameroonian cocoa farmers. Together, we’re helping farmers grow higher quality cocoa while protecting the land and their own livelihoods.


Our collaborative partnerships in Gambia are address education, water, income, and nutrition. Gambia Rising is providing access to education, Water Charity is providing access to water, and we’re providing income and nutrition opportunities through the Forest Garden Approach.


Our Kenya office is in Nairobi and our field staff are based around our projects in Homa Bay and Ikinu. Our partnerships with the Kenya Scouts, CROCODILE, and Western Fresh expand our reach and have helped us introduce the Forest Garden Approach to children and vulnerable communities.


Together with ECOVA MALI and African Sky, we’re bringing together likeminded groups to help 150 farmers improve their land and livelihoods.


Our Senegal office is in Dakar and our training staff are located around our projects in Kaffrine, Fatick, and Koungheul. Our collaborative partners are helping us achieve a variety of impacts. Through our partnership with the United Nation’s International Organization for Migration (IOM), we are teaching returned migrants to use the Forest Garden Approach, helping them sustainably rebuild their lives. Learn more about our work with IOM.


Our Tanzania office is in Singida and our training staff are located near our projects in Singida and Tabora. Our many collaborative partnerships in Tanzania allow us to reach far more people than we could alone. Together, we are achieving water access, crop resilience, environmental protection, and more.


Our Uganda office is in Kampala and our training staff are located near our projects in Lira and Kole. Our collaborative partnership with AFRIPORT helps us expand our reach and support the farmers we serve in accessing markets.