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ARC and Tree Aid workshop in Ghana

ARC has collaborated with British charity Tree Aid to provide training in agroforestry and tree nursery management to faith groups in Ghana. The training was aimed at helping them fulfil their goal of planting millions of trees in the next seven years. The workshop, held in February 2012, was the first time ARC has organised an agroforestry workshop and comes in response to requests for such training from our faith partners in Africa. To read more click here .

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9 March, 2012:
ARC office wins Fairtrade thumbs up
ARC's UK office has been given a Gold Award for using and promoting Fairtrade products.
African Faith Commitments
Christian, Muslim and Hindu faith groups in sub-Saharan Africa have developed long-term faith commitments to protect the living planet. These range from planting millions of trees, engaging in environmental education programmes and mobilising their communities to manage land and water sustainably.