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Hunger is a reality for the vast majority of the population living in Africa’s Sahel region. The climate crisis and conflict are exacerbating this situation and pushing food systems to near collapse. Trees are central to ensuring food supply is abundant and environmentally sustainable across the region.
Around 40 kilometers south-west of the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, native and exotic trees stand side by side on 8 hectares of the Suba Forest. Surrounded by tall junipers and idyllic mountains, this group of seed orchards is just one of many that serve as incubators for the country’s impressive landscape restoration efforts.