GROUNDbreaking news: Justdiggit’s Regreening platform!
From now on you can invest in a greener and cooler climate by working together with a farmer in Kenya and seeing the result directly. With our new Regreening platform developed in collaboration with our partner DEPT Agency!
You can buy your own unique bunds. Bunds – which we also like to call earth smiles 🙂 – are moon shaped pits that collect rainwater in dry areas. With this you ensure regreening and directly support an African farmer who digs the bunds. A true win-win situation! After digging, you will receive a photo of your bund and regular updates. This way you can follow the regreening closely!
Curious? Digg in! –>
Regreening with Greenchoice
We are also excited to announce our 5 year partnership with Greenchoice! Together with the Dutch sustainable green energy provider we will start to regreen an area the size of Rotterdam center in Kenya this year with impact on climate, nature and people!
That’s not all, in 2020 we will bring back at least 100,000 trees in Tanzania(!) and Greenchoice is also proud sponsor of our international climate event, the Raindance Project, that kicks off this Saturday. The purpose revolution in business has started… join us, together we can bring back nature!
Timberland and Justdiggit partnership will bring back 10 million trees in Tanzania
Timberland and Justdiggit partnership will bring back 10 million trees in Tanzania!
As part of its pursuit of a greener future, Timberland today has announced a bold commitment to plant or grow 50 million trees worldwide over the next five years, helping to fight the effects of climate change and build stronger communities.
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Justdiggit presents: The Raindance Project
`NGO JUSTDIGGIT LAUNCHES FREE MUSIC EVENTS FOR CLIMATE AWARENESS AND ACTION
IN KENYA, TANZANIA AND THE NETHERLANDS;
‘THE RAINDANCE PROJECT’
September 14th, 2019 Justdiggit launches the ‘The Raindance Project’ at the Vondelpark Openluchttheater in Amsterdam. The project kicks-off with simultaneous climate events in The Netherlands, Kenya and Tanzania which will be live connected via satellite.
Out of Home advertising
Some of the Tanzanian villages that practice Kisiki Hai are promoting the regreening method through Out Of Home (or ‘On My Home’?) advertising.
‘Kijanisha Dodoma Iwe Poa’ means ‘A greener Dodoma is a cooler Dodoma’.
Partner of the UN Environment Programme
We are honoured to announce that Justdiggit became an official partner of the UN Environment Programme! As the UN Declared 2021-2030 as “Decade of Ecosystem Restoration”, we decided to work together on launching a worldwide regreen revolution. Let’s work in name of the UN Decade of Ecosystem Restoration!
New movie roadshow
After a successful first movie (that reached 324 villages and about 200,000 people in the Dodoma region in Tanzania), it’s time for a follow-up! We’re going back to the villages in Dodoma with a new road show.
In Kisiki Hai I we introduced the farmers to the regreening technique Kisiki Hai (translated from Swahili: living stump), in the second part a clear sequel in which we go deeper into the techniques and where we can already show the first success stories.
A film by Justdiggit and LEAD Foundation
Directed by Wild Tree Video Productions
Justdiggit in the Tanzanian The Guardian!
Our re-greening was spotted by the Tanzanian The Guardian! In an extensive article they described how we, together with the local communities, restore degraded landscapes and how we use media and communication to inspire and activate an entire generation to start re-greening.
Curious about the whole article? Read it here ->
The premiere of Rainmakers III: A Tanzanian Story
Thursday evening, March 21, our new documentary Rainmakers III: A Tanzanian Story was premiered in the most famous cinema in The Netherlands: Tuschinski Theater Amsterdam. We co-hosted this event with our media partner Jean Mineur Mediavision. It was a wonderful evening together with partners and friends!
Read more about the documentary here ->
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!