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THE PROFESSIONAL WOMEN IN WATER AND SANITATION OF MALI DEVOTE A MORNING TO ORGANIZE A TREE PLANTING EVENT IN BAMAKO

Thursday, 10 October 2019
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 Aware of the devastating impact of climate change on Mali's ecosystem, the Malian Network of Professional Women in Water and Sanitation (REMAFPEA) aims to contribute to the protection of the people's living environment. In this regard, it organized a “green morning” as part of the annual national reforestation campaign to maintain the vegetation cover in urban areas in public spaces such as schools, town halls, parks, etc.

This activity had four main objectives. For women working in water and sanitation, the aim was to contribute to the greening of public spaces in urban areas and enhancement of our local flora, to encourage neighborhood populations to plant in order to preserve the environment, and to monitor the process from planting to the growth of the planted trees.

This tree planting session was organized with the support of the network's Honorary President, Her Excellency Mrs. Keita Aida M'bo, former Minister of the Environment, who generously donated hundreds of feet of Ficus Jica variety trees to the network. REMAFPEA in collaboration with the National Water and Forests Directorate and the City of Bamako carried out this activity. The Garden of Eden of Baladabougou in Commune V of the district of Bamako was chosen to further embellish its natural landscape (floral and vegetal). One hundred and fifty feet of trees were planted in the Garden of EDEN.

REMAFPEA women do hope that by the end of that morning, the residents will have been won by the desire to devote a little of their time to preserving the environment by planting trees.

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