Hope Ministries

Malawi

Terraformation is partnering with Hope Ministries to establish six permanent native forests in Malawi, which currently loses 30-40,000 hectares of tree cover annually. Through ecosystem restoration and sustainable agroforestry, Hope Ministries aims to cultivate disaster resilience, mitigate poverty, and advance the well-being of women — all while helping reverse climate change. 

We financed construction of two tree nurseries that will allow the organization to restore 28 native species and plant 100,000 trees across 100 hectares. The biodiverse forests that result will help bring back wildlife like elephants, whose habitat has disappeared due to deforestation.

Hope Ministries team stands by work truck.

Hope Ministries creates sustainable economic opportunity for communities hit hard by disasters.

Hectares

50

Terraformation tools

Financing
Software
Training

PLANTS

100,000

TOP SPECIES

Smooth-barked mahogany (Khaya anthotheca)
African blackwood (Dalbergia melanoxylon)
Mgwina (Adina microcephala)

Sky and fields in Malawi.

Climate disasters have hit Malawi hard, exacerbating its ecological crisis.

Tree and road.

Terraformation's nurseries and support will allow Hope Ministries to accelerate reforestation of two sites.

Mountain landscape.

Reforestation will help recharge watersheds and improve access to water for local communities.

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Read more about our partnership with Hope Ministries.

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Hope Ministries: Recharging Watersheds and Creating Jobs Through Reforestation

Malawi-based Hope Ministries is cultivating disaster resilience and creating economic opportunities.

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