Mr. Garry’s Collection of Zambian Trees can be ordered and bought from:
LUSAKA, CHONGWE: Watson Mwansa 0975437122 or 0966777088
LIVINGSTONE: Auldridge Chibbwalu 0977279624
ZIMBA: Passwell Nyambe 0979271362
KALOMO, CHOMA, MONZE, MAZABUKA: Ray Mwansa 0977723388
KAPIRI-MPOSHI, KITWE, NDOLA: Fredrick Nalili 0964184631
Price: 30.00 US Dollars or equivalent in Zambian Kwachas plus local shipping.
African Community Project’s program of environmental education and tree seed distribution to our Community Forests continues. Today Felix, our Outreach Coordinator in Petauke District visited Simambumbu Community Forests in Senior Chief Kalindawalo’s Chiefdom which is about 85 kilometers from Petauke town. At the meeting he discussed climate change with the members and handed out tree seeds to be planted in the nurseries across the area. They received 5,000 Moringa, 15,000 Leucaena, 3,500 Jatropha and 10,000 Pawpaw seeds. These seeds will be planted by the groups now so they can be planted out by the members when the rainy season arrives later this year.
I have just finished this book on Zambian tree species. It is available in Zambia from my colleagues. It is over 200 pages of tree descriptions, uses and other information. It is for sale in Zambia for 30.00 US Dollars per book.
I am happy to announce we are taking African Community Project to the next level by creating Zambian Community Forests. This Zambian ran, community based organisation will unite all our community projects across Zambia under one body. Innocent Kalinda is one of the Steering Committee to get it up and running.
Innocent Kalinda is 39 and is the CEO and founder of Chibolya Education & Health Organisation (CEHOZ) a local NGO in Mazabuka District also he has represented African Community Project (ACP) as the Outreach Coordinator for Mazabuka Community Forests since the beginning. He brings with him to Zambian Community Forests (ZCF) his vast experience in NGO management, procurement, accounting and project management; holding many diplomas and certificates.
On July 14, 2017 Felix the Coordinator for Mumbi Community Forests of African Community Project in Petauke District handed out seedlings to students visiting our demonstration nursery in Mumbi Village. This group is from Chesebo Community School and they will take the seedlings home and plant around their homes.