Changamoto: Mabadiliko ya tabia ya nchi
Mahali: Afrika
Suluhisho: Asili

Changamoto: Mabadiliko ya tabia ya nchi

Joto duniani linaendelea kuongezeka kwa kasi. Dunia yetu inakauka.
Kazi yetu ni kuibadili hio hali, na tuna muongo mmoja.

Tunajua kwamba tunapaswa kuhakikisha ongezeko la joto ulimwenguni ni chini ya nyuzi joto 2, ili kuzuia uharibifu usioweza kurekebishwa katika sayari tunayo itegemea Tunahitaji kutenda pamoja na tunahitaji kutenda haraka.

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Mahali: Africa

Barani Afrika, hekta milioni 3.9 za misitu hupotea kila mwaka, na 65% ya ardhi imeathiriwa na uharibifu.

Hii inasababisha kuongezeka kwa uhaba wa maji na chakula, umaskini, upotezaji wa bioanuwai. Ulimwenguni kote, kuna hekta bilioni 2 za ardhi inayoweza kurejeshwa. Afrika ina uwezo mkubwa zaidi wa kuongoa hali ya sasa kulinganisha na mabara yote kwenye sayari yetu nzuri, na nafasi ya kulinda na kurudisha bioanuwai kwa baadhi ya mifumo ya ikolojia yenye thamani zaidi ulimwenguni.

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Suluhisho: Asili

Kwa bahati nzuri, tunaweza kubadilisha mambo!
Kutumia majawabu ya asili katika kurejesha uoto ni ufunguo wa kupunguza joto linalokua ulimwenguni. Mimea na miti inatoa hewa kwa ya sayari yetu: huondoa hewa ya kaboni hewani na kupooza eneo la jirani. Pia, kurekebisha na kurejesha ardhi iliyoharibiwa kunachangia usalama wa maji na chakula, bioanuwai na inatengeza maisha bora kwa mamilioni ya watu na wanyama.

Tunachohitaji kufanya, ni kurudisha asili na kurejesha usawa wa sayari yetu. Ndio sababu tumeshirikiana na Mpango wa Mazingira wa Umoja wa Mataifa, ambao ulitangaza 2021-2030 kama muongo wa kuongoa ikolojia. Pamoja tunaweza kufanya ardhi ya Kiafrika kuwa ya kijani kibichi, ya kijani kibichi na ya baridi ifikapo mwaka 2030.

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37% YA MATATIZO YA HALI YA HEWA YANAWEZA KUTATULIWA KWA KUTUMIA NJIA ZA ASILI

Kulingana na utafiti wa uhifadhi wa asili
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KUKIJANISHA KUIPOOZA DUNIA

Kwa ngazi ya chini lakini kwa upana mkubwa

Ndani ya miradi yetu tunafanya kazi kwa karibu na jamii na washirika wa ndani kurejesha ardhi kavu. Mbinu zilizothibitishwa za kurudisha miti ni pamoja na uvunaji wa maji ya mvua (kuchimba makinga maji), kurejesha miti (Kisiki Hai ), na kukuza benki ya mbegu za nyasi. Miradi yetu yote inamilikiwa na kutekelezwa na jamii ambazo zinaishi mbali na ardhi.

KUTUMIA
MAWASILIANO

Nguvu nyuma ya Justdiggit

Justdiggit ni njia thabiti ya mawasiliano. Tunatumia mawasiliano kuongeza athari zetu barani Afrika, na kuongeza uelewa wa majawabu ya asili ulimwenguni.

Kupitia nguvu ya mawasiliano, tunahamasisha, kuelimisha, na kuwezesha mamilioni ya wakulima wadogo na wafugaji wanaojitegemea katika Afrika kuanza kukijanisha ardhi zao, kuboresha maisha yao na kutunufaisha sisi sote. Kwa kurekebisha ardhi iliyoharibika barani Afrika kwa kiwango kikubwa, tunaweza kuipooza dunia yetu.

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Women applying Kisiki Hai, Tanzania

Our Impact

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60,000 ha

are being restored

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6.3 million

trees regenerated

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145,000 +

semi-circular waterbunds dug

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291 million

people reached globally with our awareness campaigns

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6

grass seed banks

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We are restoring 60 thousand hectares of land

Together with millions of farmers and pastoralists, we are restoring 60 thousand hectares of dry, degraded land. Bringing back vegetation has lots of positive effects on the climate, on the environment and biodiversity, on people and their livelihoods.

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We brought back over 6 million trees in 2.5 years

We bring back these forgotten tree stumps by using a technique called Farmer Managed Natural Regeneration (FMNR), or – as we like to call it: Kisiki Hai. This is more effective than planting new trees!

By regenerating those trees, we are able to restore the degraded areas and make these areas green and cool again.

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We dug over 145 thousand bunds

Bunds (or as we like to call them: “earth smiles”) are semi-circular shaped pits that capture rainwater.

They are dug in our project areas in Africa in order to capture rainwater that will otherwise get washed away over the dry, barren soil. By digging bunds, we can regreen a large area in a very short amount of time, benefiting biodiversity, nature, people and – eventually our climate.

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Inspire, unite & activate

If you want to make a global change, you need to be everywhere: news, ads, social channels, conversations, and above all in people’s hearts and minds. To do this, we use the power of media and communications, to build awareness and understanding and to show that together we can have a positive and significant impact on climate change.

Our global online and offline awareness campaigns are developed to promote nature-based solutions and to inspire, unite and activate an entire generation and grow a landscape restoration movement.

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A total of 6 grass seed banks in our programs

Within our grass seed banks, Maasai women grow, harvest, and sell grass (hay) and seeds. They make an income by selling them on local markets or to organizations. The grass seed banks form an oasis of green in the barren surroundings, and the hay the women harvest is food for their livestock in dry seasons.

In total we have 6 grass seed banks in Kuku and OOGR, Kenya.

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One of the main benefits of a healthier soil: healthier crops