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Institutional Collaboration


These philanthropic partners provide funding and support to help Trees for the Future plant
Forest Gardens in Sub-Saharan Africa.

In collaboration with:

Jane Goodall Institute- Spain helps sustain forests and plant Forest Gardens with Trees for the Future near the Kedougou region of Senegal.

Trees for the Future provides training content to UNITAR and is honored to support UNITAR’s mission “To develop the individual, institutional and organizational capacities of countries and other United Nations stakeholders through high-quality learning solutions and related knowledge products and services to enhance decision making and to support country-level action for overcoming global challenges.”

Trees for the Future is working in collaboration with The Ohio State University’s Global Water Institute on a pilot project in Tanzania. Trees for the Future is establishing Forest Gardens in rural villages and the Forest Gardens will be located next to water access points created by Ohio State’s Sustainable Village Water Systems Project (SVWSP). The project marries agroforestry and water access in a sustainable manner for future innovation in both water systems and forestry management.

Membership Groups

Trees for the Future works with Aid for Africa through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). Aid for Africa is a charity alliance of U.S.-based nonprofits and their African partners working to help children, families, and communities throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.

TREES is a member of the Alliance to End Hunger, which “engages diverse institutions to build a public and political will to end hunger at home and abroad.”