A parade organized by farmers
In Tanzania a number of our trained champion farmers organized a parade from the village Nghumbi to Mlali. Why? They marched to communicate about the importance of taking care of the environment.
Lots of villagers supported the marching, most of them stood curiously at the side of the road to see what the marching was all about. It makes us proud, because they organized it on their own initative. These farmers are transforming into activists!
Cool kids support Justdiggit
On October 4, 2018, the creative school Nimeto have started the excellence program with an ambitious project for Justdiggit. The students are very enthusiastic and so are we!
The students are working 1.5 year on the project. Their task is to create a product or service and launch it on the market, by which the profits will go to our projects. They work (among others) with the organization Jong Ondernemen and receive guest lectures from experts to achieve this.
Every year Nimeto organize a Christmas market and this time they create awareness for Justdiggit. Last week 4 students were gathered at our office to hand a check to us. They have collected, believe it or not, €6,000, – euros!
African media gathering!
Beginning of December we had our first official African media gathering in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. This is important for us, because we use the power of communication to scale up the Justdiggit re-greening programs.
Together with our amazing partners Havas Africa, JCDecaux Africa, LEAD Foundation, and Havas Lemz, we invited a select group of media partners, potential ambassadors and online influencers, all of whom were very excited to learn about our programs and eager to join our green revolution. Work in progress and a great first step!
Kisiki Hai Tour
Our travelling cinema about re-greening one of the most affected landscapes has already been travelling around Dodoma (Tanzania) for almost two months.
During our Kisiki Hai Tour, we visit more than 300 villages together with LEAD Foundation to explain the re-greening method Kisiki Hai through music, dance and video.
See more of this movement! –>
Measurement brings knowledge!
As part of our re-greening program in Tanzania, a number of trainers received a colored stick from partner LEAD Foundation.
Read here what they will do with it! ->
Have you seen us already on TV, heard us on the radio or came across one of our green billboards?
Thanks to our partner Kinetic Nederland (and Ngage Media, JCDecaux, blowUPmedia, MMDDigital, CSdigital, Interbest), we are currently visible throughout the country on digital screens and billboards.
The Justdiggit campaign shows the positive results of our projects in Kenya with the message that large-scale regreening not only has a positive impact on the climate, but also contributes directly to water and food security, biodiversity and the local economy.
A green Kuku & Amboseli
Recently, we were in Kenya again to see the long-term impact of our landscape restoration projects in the Kuku Group Ranch and the Amboseli National Park. The re-greening results, especially after the intense rain season, were spectacular!
Find out yourself by checking out the pictures and watch the vlogs of one of the Justdiggit ambassadors who travelled with us to Kenya ->
Thanks to our great international media partners Kinetic, Havas Lemz, JCDecaux and MacLoud we can now be heard on Tanzanian radio! But not only that, the Tanzanian streets also turn green with our billboards. All this media space is offered completely sponsored.
Click here to hear the radio spot in Swahili!
Meet our education team
Pollution, desertification, and global warming: our planet can use some extra hands. It was the main motivation for Jan Hoetmer, owner of Leerbox Uitstekend and primary school teacher, and Andrea Forzoni, geologist, when they approached Justdiggit in 2017 for setting up a combined teaching program.
Read here how it developed into a strong team!->
Kids College Rotterdam Zoo
Last month a Justdiggit lecture was given again at the Rotterdam Zoo, this time by teacher Boy.
He shows you how rainwater flows without digging and when bunds have been dug in advance. Teacher Boy aroused a lot of interest among the children (and ofcourse among the adults), through the fun green experiments he performed.