Justdiggit develops landscape restoration projects on a large scale using community based rainwater harvesting, agro-forestry and climate resilient agriculture.
Digging for re-greening
By digging more than 72,000 semi-circular rainwater bunds, Justdiggit has brought back vegetation to these severely degraded lands, making them once again useful for the Maasai community.View this project
Keeping the wildlife
Justdiggit is bringing back hundreds of hectares of forest cover to Amboseli National Park, which holds one of the largest elephant populations in Kenya.View this project
By using the farmer managed natural regeneration (FMNR) method and re-introducing rainwater harvesting practices, we aim to restore soils, re-green the area and improve the productivity of the land in central Tanzania. With our project we will reach out to 300 communities in the Dodoma region, and thereby helping 900,000 people.View this project
Re-greening at the foot of the Jebilet mountains
With 62% of rainwater unused in the region of Marrakesh, rainwater harvesting, combined with reforestation, sustainable agriculture and soil improvement are great opportunities to kick start the ecosystems of semi-arid regions in the Kingdom.View this project