New paradigm unfolds to rapidly regreen Africa

The Regreening Africa project is charting new paths into complex, unmapped territory in its effort to restore 1 million hectares of land in eight countries within five years.

The goal of the Reversing Land Degradation in Africa by Scaling up Evergreen Agriculture (Regreening Africa) project is ambitious: a massive expansion of the scaleof land-restoration activities across eight countries — Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal and Somalia — covering 1 million hectares and 500,000 households, within five years.