[ACNS, by Gavin Drake] The planting of trees to mark special occasions like confirmations, baptisms and weddings is an increasingly popular practice in many areas of southern and central Africa, after it was suggested and promoted .
But the Province of Burundi is going a step further and is looking to plant one tree for every one of the 10 million-strong population of the country.
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The church hopes to reach its “One Person, One Tree” goal within the next five years.
The move is designed to protect and maintain forests and improve the environment.
A report last week showed how the planting of trees on a hillside in provide security for refugees living on a hillside in Rutana has resulted in a transformed environment not only for the Tanzanian refugees who have made it their home; but also for wildlife including moneys and partridges.