There is a need for 3.04 trillions of trees to be planted all over the world. From Brazil to America, Canada, Europe… trees are needed everywhere. Different location has it’s own types of trees.

1treellion.org is granting funds to local organizations all over the world that plant trees. But not just plant trees, plant the right trees. Make sure they are supporting biodiversity. That the community is supporting those trees, making sure those trees will reach maturity.



To raise the level of transparency we are listing here some information on the projects we support. As we are focused more on the world and less on the world wide web it takes us longer to show all projects.  Please stay tuned, as there are more organizations and countries than this list...




Planting the Moringa trees as part of the environmental program in Wamunyu, Kenya. 

Moringa trees planted in Kenya
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Measuring the Moringa trees



A youth-centric organization driven by the vision of creating communities where people and nature flourish. Through landscape restoration activities like planting trees and agroforestry we build resilience for smallholder farmers against the changing climate while economically empowering unemployed young people in Uganda's rural communities through education and training on setting up and managing indigenous tree nurseries and tree farms. The trees we plant include: Maesopsis Emini, Gravelia, Mugavu, Muvule, Mahogany, Khaya, Musiizi, Caliandra among others and fruit trees including jackfruit, Mangoes, paw -paws and more.


Four different species were planted in this project.



Thailand is home to a wide variety of rare and endangered species. The organization 1treellion focus on forest restoration and wildlife conservation. They supports restores degraded tropical ecosystems by recognizing the indispensable relationship between the animals and a healthy forest, and strive for an optimal balance between widespread and effective forest restoration – measured by the conservation of biodiversity, ecological health, and carbon sequestration – in conjunction with improving the economic and environmental quality of life for the local communities within the engaged region.


Six different species of trees were planted in this project.

planting trees in Thailand
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Planting Wild Almond and Wild Pear trees, as part of a bigger project to restore the forest in Armenia. 

Our planting started as the fights in the region began which put a holt on the project. However once it was safe again, our brave volunteers got back to the site to finish the planting.

This is a perfect example of human rights meeting climate change and making an impact for good. The team and the trees are safe.


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Partnering up with a local team to plant the Tree Ape. What began as field work collecting and analyzing gorilla dung became a way to collect tree seeds and grow them in nurseries to benefit gorillas and people.
Last year alone 11,306 seedlings were produced and planted, improving the well-being of families in the region and reforesting key gorilla habitat.

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Partnering up with a local team to restore the African Rain Forest in Tanzania. Putting at the forefront farmers to take part in sustainable protective measures and creations of superb ambassadors who will participate fully into conserving forest nature reserve and the planet in general, however by using a holistic framework, introducing poor peasant women to opportunities for better economic standards and training that would be otherwise unavailable.​

In addition 20 local schools are educated on environment preservation with the goal to add environmental studies to the curriculum in Tanzania's public schools.




This women and youth organization is fighting desertification, poverty and gender inequalities by setting agro-ecological value chains to restorative landscape and create job opportunities for women and youth.

Women plant in their agro-ecological gardens, while the youth plant in forests, schools and public areas.

"Our women farmers take care of the trees on their lands ; and we have a group of 'The forest guardians' in schools who care of the trees in schools and public spaces. For each area, we have a forest manager to cares of logistic. "



Our community consists of 100 eco-driven individuals (including forestry experts) with whom we plant trees. We created a framework for sustainable development in Central Portugal called the 4S model:

Sustainable landscape: Mediterranean Mosaic

Sustainable design and technology: Biomimicry

Sustainable communities: Circular economy

Sustainable business models: 4Returns


Our projects increase public awareness on social development and environmental responsibility among Cultural Creatives.Placing a strong emphasis on quality communication and content creation which enhances engagement with the local, national and global community.




Supporting the Paris Climate Agreement and UN Sustainable Development Goals in close partnership with coastal communities, we are focused on mangrove restoration and conservation with potential to plant on 100,000 Ha and conserve 580,000 Ha mangrove forests in Myanmar. We are planting an additional 5000 Ha this year, to increase from 2021. 

So far, with what we have planted we have achieved 92% survival rate of trees and follow up research on our own mangrove gene bank in cooperation with Pathein University and Forest University.

More Coming Soon...

There are other projects 1treellion supports. They are in Peru, Guatemala, India, Australia, Nepal, the Philippines, and more. Stay tuned while we work. They will be shared soon.

*** More photos and personal stories will be shared soon.