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SCHOOLS AND TREES: NURTURING MINDS AND THE LAND
Many village schools in developing countries have few educational resources such as reference books and teachers supplies. In Zambia, village schools are given land on which grain crops such as maize is grown that is used to pay the village school teachers. Some of the land is unsuitable for growing grain crops but can grow trees. A village school is made up of 2 or 3 classrooms and has about 100 students.
Forests without Borders will provide a kit of durable educational resources (such as a blackboard, dictionary, solar powered or wind up radio, atlas, etc.) tree growing equipment and tree growing advice to a village school if the school grows trees on its land. The school selects the educational resources it needs.