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Category: TGB PIONEER FARMERS

Anne Natukunda

Anne Natukunda

Anne Natukunda stands as a pioneering force in the Trees for Global Benefits (TGB) initiative within her community, where she currently serves as the Local Council Chairperson. Her journey is not just about tree planting but embodies a commitment to environmental stewardship and community leadership.

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George Bangirana

George Bangirana

George Bangirana’s journey with the Trees for Global Benefits (TGB) project began as a legacy passed down from his father, an active TGB farmer with a substantial forest of diverse tree species. George’s connection to the project deepened after his father’s passing, as he took over a portion of the family forest.

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Wilson Turyahikayo

Wilson Turyahikayo

Meet Wilson Turyahikayo, a true pioneer in the Trees for Global Benefits (TGB) Project since its inception in 2003. Long before the concept of carbon payments, Wilson had a passion for growing trees, initially introduced to the idea by John Tagawa, a staff member of the District Forestry Services. Eager to expand his tree-growing endeavors, Wilson enthusiastically joined the TGB project when ECOTRUST entered the scene.

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Resty Rwabayambire

Resty Rwabayambire

Restetuta Rwabayambire stands as a trailblazing pioneer in the Trees for Global Benefits (TGB) project, a distinction she earned by being the first to raise her hand when ECOTRUST trainers sought those interested in growing trees. Beyond her role as a dedicated farmer, Restetuta is the LC1 Chairperson of her community and a respected church leader.

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Rev. Elkad Mujizi

Rev. Elkad Mujizi

Reverend Elkad Mujizi serves as the Assistant to the Archdeacon of the Western Ankole Diocese. His journey with the Trees for Global Benefits (TGB) project is deeply intertwined with the prosperity of the Church and the community it serves. Grateful for ECOTRUST’s initiative, Reverend Elkad acknowledges the pivotal role of tree growing in transforming the Church’s landscape.

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Daudi Bangirana

Daudi Bangirana

Daudi Bangirana, during the project’s nascent stage, held the positions of District Health Inspector and Councillor of Biteereko Subcounty in Bushenyi district. Introduced to the upcoming carbon project, he learned that group participation was encouraged, particularly with an emphasis on women’s involvement. Collaborating with Beatrice Ahimbisibwe, then Chairperson of the Bitereko Subcounty women’s group, they drafted a proposal outlining the group’s engagement in the project.

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