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We are not simply planting trees,
we are cultivating hope 


One Billion Trees for Africa

Together with GreenAid, our partner on the ground in the Sahel region, we are aiming to plant one billion trees which is symbolic of the population of Africa - each tree will take us one step closer to completing the GREAT GREEN WALL., and will bring lasting economic upliftment to communities that have been hardest hit by the adverse effects of climate change.

Land Restoration

GUD Malta advocates for the adoption of agroforestry, a traditional sustainable land management practice, to address the historical shift away from this approach towards monoculture practices that have contributed to land degradation and subsequent socio-economic and humanitarian challenges. Agroforestry not only serves as an effective means to restore degraded lands and enhance biodiversity but also offers lasting socio-economic benefits that address poverty, food insecurity, and resource scarcity-induced unrest. By integrating tree planting with agricultural activities, agroforestry provides communities with viable livelihood options, fostering resilience in the face of environmental pressures. Additionally, the widespread adoption of agroforestry aligns with a vast range of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) indicators, such as those related to poverty alleviation, zero hunger, and climate action. Through our commitment to agroforestry, we seek to empower communities, enhance their well-being, and foster sustainable development, thus contributing to a more equitable and prosperous future.


We prioritize biodiversity restoration as a cornerstone of our involvement in the Great Green Wall initiative. By promoting agroforestry and sustainable land management practices, we facilitate the development of alternative and sustainable income sources for local communities. This approach encourages a shift away from environmentally harmful practices, such as deforestation for immediate financial gain, and fosters a greater appreciation for the preservation of biodiversity. Our commitment to biodiversity restoration not only safeguards natural habitats and species but also enhances ecosystem services, thus mitigating the impact of climate change and addressing socio-economic challenges like poverty, food insecurity, and resource scarcity. Through our efforts, we aspire to create a harmonious coexistence between human activities and the natural environment, fostering a more sustainable and prosperous future for all.


We recognize the utmost importance of impact measurement reporting to ensure the effectiveness and success of our initiatives. Our cutting-edge technology, incorporating NASA remote sensing and proprietary Object-based Imaging Analysis (OBIA) innovations, enables us to provide comprehensive and granular reporting that aligns with the ISO 14064-2-2019 framework, ensuring accurate and transparent measurement of our projects' impact.

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