Operationalizing the Agroforestry Strategy and Plan for Rwanda
Rwanda was the first African country to declare a target for land restoration, aiming for 2 million hectares by 2030, equivalent to 76% of its total land area. Agroforestry, also known simply as ‘trees on farms’, has been identified as one of the means to achieve this target.
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