A community fruit tree group sit together after planting a fruit tree in Malawi

Fruit Tree Report 2021

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Paw paw, guava and mangoes. Anyone else craving a tropical fruit salad?

Our Community Fruit Tree project team have had a wonderful season from working with community groups to grow seedlings to teaching school children and the groups about pests and diseases, manure making and caring for the trees when planted out.

Keen to read more, take a look at our full report here.

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